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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board o-iL' Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, January 5, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata. Feinstein, Francois, Molinari, Nelder, 
von Beroldingen 

Committee Clerk: Florence White 

1. Ordinance adding Sections 20.13 and 20.34 to Administrative Code, 
pertaining to administration of aid and care to the indigent 
and dependent poor, and adopting standards of such aid and care; 
repealing Ordinance Nos 328-76 and 451-76. File 446-76-3. 
(Kopp) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Letter to be sent to Herb Caen advising 

him of positions available, and locations where applica- 
tions may be made for youth employment; ask him to use 
his column to give further publicity to this matter. 



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Wednesday January 7, 197C 2:30 p.m., Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldinsen, liolinari, Nelder 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari (Items 2 through 21) 

1. Hearing to consider implementation of Proposition II relating to 
day-care centers. File 511-75-1. (Francois) 

• f _ Tn „ > Hearing held. Supr. Francois' policy statement forwarded to 
President for referral to proper committee. City Attorney to 
prepare report on appeal and request meeting of Executive 
Session to permit co-pi.siutij.i.s to icncv c± Scsr*^ o ir*£criuicn. 
Moved that a Task Force be appointed with each Board Member 
making one appointment from a list submitted on 1/12/76; all 
involved City Departments to be members of Task Force. Task 
Force to be appointed within 10 days . 

2. Ordinance appropriating $1,400 for pemanent salaries. Civil Serv- 
ice, creating t* 70 positions; an emergency measure. File 101-75-75. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, reflecting 
establishment of 2 new positions with salary schedules; an emer- 
gency measure. File 1C2-75-55. (Civil Service No. 62) (A com- 
panion measure to File 1C1-75-75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $149,125 for permanent salaries and re- 
lated mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 16 positions for 
Family Support Bureau pursuant to provisions of Section 5.3C6 of 
the Charter, District Attorney's Cffice; rescinding $150,934 from 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits by abol- 
ishing 16 positions (District Attorney, Adult Probation) ; an emer- 
gency measure effective January 2, 1976. File 101-75-76. (Con- 
troller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-5, District Attor- 
ney, reflecting classification of 16 positions, Family Support Bureau; 
an emergency measure. File 102-75-59. (Civil Service Ho. 69) 

(A companion measure to File 101-75-76.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Public Uorks, 
reflecting establishment of 2 new classifications with salary 
schedule. File 102-75-61. (No companion appropriation ordinance 
required.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution approving lease of space at S.F. International Airport 
to The United States of America for Runway 10L Runway End Identi- 
fication Lighting System. File 27-75-1C. (Airports) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with Two Polk Corpora- 
tion for space at 139G liarket Street for ilayor's Office of Economic 
Development. File 64-75-45. (Real Estate) 



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FINANCE COMMITTEE 



JANUARY 7, 1976 



S. iiotion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 353-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) (Continued from 12/24/75.) 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 
P 370 


POSH 
3440 


:ion 


Adult Probation 


Probation Officer 




P 


333 


8440 


ii r. 




T 


50053 


8440 


ii :; 


Controller 


P 


1011 


1554 


Principal Accountant 




P 


1004 


1656 


Head Accountant 




P 


996 


1650 Accountant 


City Attorney 


P 


150 


1424 


Clerk Typist 


War Memorial 


P 


23 


1632 


Senior Account Clerk 


Retirement 


T 


50050 


1632 


Senior Account Clerk 


Superior Court 


E 


00C5 


710 Phonographic Reporter 


Assessor 


P 


914 


4222 


Sr. Personal Prop. Auditor 




P 


917 


4267 


Prin. Real Prop. Appraiser 


F & R: Recorder 


T 


50531 


1406 


Senior Clerk 


Juvenile Court 


P 


430-432 


8321 


Counselor, Boys' Ranch 


Civil Service 


P 


576 


12C2 


Personnel Clerk 


Social Services 


P 


5514 


1220 


Payroll & Personnel Clerk 




P 


5454 


1426 


Senior Clerk Typist 




P 


5465 


1426 




P 


5503 


1426 


Ii Ii II 




P 


5515 


1426 


c :: ii 




P 


5506 


1630 


Account Clerk 




P 


5513 


1630 


i) ii 




P 


5522 


1630 


i: 11 




P 


5241 


1342 


Management Assistant 




P 


5529 


1344 


Sr. Management Assistant 




P 


5542 


1806 


Senior Statistician 




P 


5448 


1444 


Clerk Stenographer 




P 


5430 


1444 


i: i; 




T 


51576 


2940 


Child Welfare Worker 




P 


5507 


2940 


;: ii ii 




P 


5474 


2994 Komemaker 




T 


52430 


2946 


Sr. Eligibility Worker Supv 




T 


52435 


2946 


:i u ii ii 




P 


5463 thru 










5470 


2903 


Eligibility Worker 




P 


5473 


2903 


Ii IS 




P 


5475 thru 










5477 


2903 


11 11 




P 


5479 


2903 


11 Ii 




P 


5473 


2903 


1! II 




P 


5488 


29C3 


11 11 




P 


5492 


2903 


11 11 




P 


5495 


2903 


11 II 




T 


51525 


2903 


11 IS 




T 


51565 


2903 


II II 




T 


51602 


2903 


II II 




T 


51578 


2907 


Eligibility Worker Supervis< 




T 


51633 


2907 


ii ii s: 




T 


51742 


2907 


:> it it 



Social Services 
(Vietnam Refugee) 



T 51689 1424 Clerk Typist 
T 51590 thru 

51695 2903 Eligibility Worker 
T 51688 2907 Eligibility Worker Supervisor 



4 45246 SFPL: ECONO JRS 
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FINANCE COMMITTEE 



JANUARY 7, 1976 



(Cont'd.) 




DEPARTMENT REQ. HO. 


P0SITT0U 


PUC: Municipal Ry. P 3G56 thru 
3859 

P 3897 thru 
3899 

P 3860 thru 
3864 

P 3902 

T 54022 


S1C2 Conductor 

S102 Conductor 

S1C4 iiotorman 
SI 04 iiotorman 
Clerk Typist 


Police P 4482 
P 4570 
P 4572 
P 4574 
P 4580 


1446 Senior Clerk Stenographer 
1426 Senior Clerk Typist 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
8217 Station Officer 
1426 Senior Clerk Typist 


MUNICIPAL RAILWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMEHTS 


Replace transit operating equipment $2,278,930 


HETCH KETCHY CAPITAL IMPROVEiiEHTS 



Moccasin Dam Spillway, Construct Weir and Energy 

Dissipator and Red Mountain Bar Wasteway 

Training Walls 50,000 

Replace, repair and paint steel trolley poles 20,000 
Sutter St., Taylor St. to Pacific Ave., paint 

trolley and street lighting poles 1,000 

San Joaquin River Valve House, repairs and piping 2,430 

San Joaquin Pipeline i!o. 2, repair lining 750,221 

Reconstruct Disposal Field - iioccasin Sewage Plant 87,000 

Modification of Muni Trolley System 488,416 
Replace direct current distribution system for 

Municipal Transit System 267,575 
Replace direct current distribution system for 

Municipal Transit System 596,972 
Replace direct current conversion and distribution 

system for Municipal Transit System 3,000,000 
Install underground direct current feeders in 

underground districts 1,030,133 

Land-property acquisition, Rectifier Substation site 32,247 

Replace direct current distribution system 965,000 

Replace direct current distribution system 2,000,000 

Reconstruct trolley coach overhead - various locations 100,000 

Emergency repairs - transmission tower grounding wires 7,535 
Replace distribution transformers - Moccasin & Early Intake 2,605 

Moccasin Powerhouse replacement . 1,315 
Moccasin Housing Units - replace plumbing, bathroom 

fixtures and tile 22,000 

Priest Housing Unit - replace service panel and wiring 1,358 

Intake Cottage - replace service panel and wiring 1,454 
Moccasin Shop Area Buildings - replace service panel 

and wiring 1,043 

Replacement of obsolete materials 1,600 
Reconstruct Sawdust Collection System - Iioccasin Carpenter „ _„ 

Shop 5,580 

Moccasin and C 'Shaughnessy Housing Units - replace 

service panels and wiring 607 

Replace main entrance door - Hirkwood Powerhouse 1,500 

Moccasin Village - resurface roads 5,000 

Aqueduct Mimic Board - iioccasin Control Center 2,000 

Considered off Calender: (Hetch Hetchy items only) 



Moccasin Administration Building, rehabilitate 

heating system 6,500 

Kirkwood Powerhouse and Moccasin Machine Shop, replace 

roofs 2,000 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 4 JANUARY 7, 1976 

9. (Cont'd.) (Hetch Hetchy Capital Improvements) 

Replace plank bridge $ 1,500 

Replace four Motor Control Operating Units, Switches 2,000 

Various buildings, paint and repair exteriors 20,000 

Moccasin-Newark Transmission Line, paint towers 15,000 

Replace, repair and paint steel trolley poles 25,000 

Moccasin Penstock Valve House 4,500 

Remote Indication of Oakdale Portal Tunnel Pressure 3,000 

Red Mountain Bar Surge Shaft Screen Opening 3,000 

EQUIPMENT (On Calendar) 

Public Health - Portable Life-support Package and 

Electronic Blood Pressure System - C sets 112,000 

Public Defender - California Advance Sheets - 3 sets 284 

Sheriff - Badges, Deputy Sheriff - 10 sets 213 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



10. Ordinance appropriating $3,534, Water Dept., for permanent sal- 
aries by adjusting salary schedule for 3406 Land Use Aide, effect- 
ive 7/1/75. File 101-75-74. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-6, Uater Dept., 
by adjust salary schedule for 3406 Land Use Aide in accordance 
with provisions of Section VII. B(2) , effective 7/1/75. File 
102-75-39. (Civil Service No. 47) (A companion measure to File 
101-75-74.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance amending Health Code by amending Sees. 96.5 and 291 
(Sec. 7) pertaining to payment of administrative expenses incurred 
by the Director of Public Health in recordation and removal of 
Public Health liens. File 529-75. (Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 
Registrar of Voters-Recorder, Dept. of Finance and Records. File 
31-75-15. (Finance and Records) (Reref erred to Committee by 
Board on 12/29/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/21/76. 

14. Resolution accepting gift of an ultrasonic alarm with fire detec- 
tion device included for Anglers' Lodge in Golden Gate Park, 
valued at $C50. File 3G-75-59. (Recreation and Park) (Continued 
from 12/17/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/14/76. 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of the 
City and County against various defendants. File 49-75-11.. 
(City Attorpey) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Legislation prepared in and reported out.) 

16. Resolution authorizing lease extension with Fox Properties, as 
lessors, for property at 144 Townsend Street for Record Storage 
Center. File 54-75-45. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE . 5 JANUARY 7, 1976 

17. Resolution authorizing Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning an 
augmentation of the project entitled "Bay Area Quest Program' 1 
2C52-E-2. File 379-75-2. (Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution accepting gift of $2,222 from Bay Area Quest Program 
for use by Adult Probation to provide resident socio-therapeutic 
program for 20 adult female offenders in lieu of incarceration. 
File 30-75-60. (Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) (Continued 
from 12/31/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution authorizing acceptance of a reconditioned 10-passenger 
mini-bus from the Volunteer Auxiliary of Youth Guidance Center 
and The Parisian Bakeries, Inc. of San Francisco, File 38-75-63. 
(Juvenile Court) (Continued from 12/31/75.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/14/76. 

20. Resolution authorizing the Commission on Aging to enter into con- 
tract with agencies to provide direct service to senior citizens. 
File 521-75. (Commission on Aging) (Continued .from 12/31/75.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution declaring intent of Board of Supervisors to appropri- 
ate an amount equal to $25,000 as contribution to Health Systems 
Agency pursuant to Joint Powers Agreement. File 504-75-2. . 

(Tamaras, Kopp, Feinstein) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO 1/14/76. 



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MEETING OF 
^ FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Beard of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, January 14, 1976 



Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 



Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinari for action on Item 4.) 

1. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 

plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-75-32. (City 
Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 






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Ordinance appropriating $2,500, Social Services, for mainten- 
ance and repair of buildings; rescinding $714 from appropriation 
for contractual services. File 101-75-78. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



3. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to accept 
$20,000 from San Francisco Medical Center Outpatient Improve- 
ment Programs, Inc., for a general classification survey. 
File 38-75-64. (Public Health) 

Recommended, with the proviso that a signed, written 
ACTION: o lsc la i.i.iec oe leaairecl of- ali. giant employees to 

permanent civil service status^in their jobs when grant 
runds run out, or to any advantage in City & Co. service. 

4. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds for a New Mental Health Careers Program from 
United States Deoartmsnt of Health, Education and Welfare. 
File 333-75-9. (Public Health) 

Continued to 1-21-76 . Department to submit letter for 
ACTION: tile explaining ror what purposes said grant funds can 
be used and why department proceeded to apply for the 

§rant without the prior approval of the Board. Dr. David 
hupp's presence requested for the January 21 meeting. 

5. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real 
property for FACE program. File 64-75-47. (Real Estate) 



ACTICI' 



Recommended . 



6. Resolution accepting gift of an ultrasonic alarm with fire 
detection device included for Anglers' Lodge in Golden Gate 
Park, valued at $850. File 38-75-59. (Recreation, and Park) 

(Continued from 1/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



Resolution authorizing acceptance of a reconditioned 10-passenger 
mini-bus from the Volunteer Auxiliary of Youth Guidance Center 
and The Parisian Bakeries, Inc., of San Francisco. File 38-75-63. 
(Juvenile Court) 



(Continued from 1/7/76.) 
ACTION 



Continued to 1-2S-76 . Department to submit letter for 
file advising or the condition of the vehicle, what 
provisions are being made for its insurance, who will 
operate the bus and to what uses it will be put. 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- January 14, 1976 



8. Resolution declaring intent of Board of Supervisors to appropri- 
ate an amount equal to $25,000 as contribution to Health Systems 
Agency pursuant to Joint Powers Agreement. File 504-75-2. 
(Tamaras, Kopp, Feinstein) 

(Continued from 1/7/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair, pending 
request of Supervisor Tamaras that it be calendared. 



OFF -CALENDAR 

9. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 

Mayor TX 50089 9750 Staff Assistant IX 

TX 50086 9740 Staff Assistant IV 

P 275 1530 Administrative Secretary 

to the Mayor 
E 0016 1580 Executive Deputy, Mayor's 

Office 
E 0015 1857 Director of Information 

Effective January 21 

TX 5008 7 9742 Staff Assistant V 

TX 50088 9744 Staff Assistant VI 

ACTION: Adopted . Clerk to direct communication to City Attorney 
requesting his opinion as to whether the pre-employment 
residency requirements set forth in Section 16.98 of 
the San Francisco Administrative Code have been pre-empted 
by the recent amendment to the State Constitution, which 
provided that a city or county may not require its 
employees to be residents of such cityj county or 
district, but that employees may be required to reside 
within a reasonable and specific distance of their place 
of employment or other designated location. 



2. 



PUbUc Lib ^ry 

CALENDAR rs 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

City a5 d 0a c r o d u° C f y S U rS S F r r I ncisco 
•Wednesday, January 21, 1976 Room 228> City fcU . ^ ? ^ ^ ? _ 

^^Vent'T™ 1 ; 50 " Barba 8 elata . Molinarl, von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinarl for Items 12 n »n^ 1/ c ■"'S*" 

for Item 18 and off-calendar ite™) ' Supervisor v °" Beroldingen 

ACTION: Recommended 

££££? a for h a° r s t Z u d n ? of e ian d i0n ° f . Joln 5 Exercise ° f P — 

cfsco InternLLnal'lirport File^TS 1*"SE "° S **?' 

Committee recommended that Joint 1„„ V" (Airports Commission) 
ACTION: to reflect that San ft-S^LE^^S^^T^ " **« * 

Ordinance authorizing settlement of hm™,.? ' ° when amended a & re « 

and County. File ^-l.TSyLl^? * againSt the Cit * hanV" 

(Harold J. Lucier, et al. «i 00 

Allyson Davis, a minor, by her ft.,wu 

£"3rdi=n sd litem, Jeffrey Davis 5,500) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

SSiU^ e iT£lUdS g pfS a a ?P r ? Vin 8 ^ ase of Be "J-in K. Swig 
File 65-75-3 (Real Estate) Conventlon and Visitors Bureau? 

12-3-75: Continued to Call of the Chair. 

ACTI0N: Considerat ion continued to February 4, 1976 , 

5 * 5£ 1 E 1 £ d £^ 1 5 oJo Jr fg tL Pr ° Ve ? «VPPle-ent.l a PP ro P ria- 
ACTT0N: Considerat ion continued to February 4. 1976 , 



3. 



4. 



6. 



Fife 31-75-15. (FiLS^S'ieSSSS) "" ^ ReC ° rdS ' 

(Continued from 1/7/76) 
ACTION: Recommen ded "do nasV- c 

voted to rercfer this re.olutlo " £, V™** reflect he had 

to afford the Mayor an onportunl-v %« • *" B ° 3rd °" 12 ^/75 

there has been no furthe ■ co^"nic, tl « T^ ?* P° sltl °". «>«* that 

i^'t'Sr-jyLans :L h ;i: n ~ in the positi ° n - 



Finance Committee -2- January 21, 1976 



7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Automotive Transit Equipment Supervisor, Municipal Transit 
System. File 31-76-1. (Public Utilities Commission) 

Amend line 6 after "filling" by ADDING "on a promotional limi- 
ACTION: ted tenure basis pending completion of the examination process" 
and amend title to reflect such change; recommended "do pass" 
as amended . 

8. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 
Senior Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant, Recreation and Park 
Department. File 31-76-2. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Resolution accepting gift of $100,000 from National Endowment 
for the Arts for the Neighborhood Arts Program of the Art 
Commission. File 38-76-1. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



10. Resolution accepting gifts from various agencies for use by the 
San Francisco Commission on the Aging to provide cash match for 
equipment to be purchased under Equipment Loan Program. 

File 33-76-2. (Commission on the Aging) 

(San Francisco Harbor Lights $ 120.00 

California League for the Handicapped 80.00 

Canon Kip 83.00 

Korean Senior Center 52.00 

Vincentain Village (St. Vincent de Paul) 60.00 

Services for Seniors 66.00 

Food Advisory Service 71.00 

San Francisco Council of Churches 63.00 

Kontefiore Senior Center 83.75 

Telegraph Hill Senior Center 91.00 

Talespinners 32.00 

Jewish Home for the Aged 90.00 

RSVP (Council of Churches) 31.00 

On Lok 92.00 

Catholic Committee for the Aging 39.00 

Salvation Army 6.50 

Garden Hospital 184.00 

Alexis Apartments 95. 0C 

Centro Latino 67.00 

Mission Neighborhood Center " 108.00 

Tenants Action Group 156.00 

Filipino-American Council 120.00 

Tenderloin Traveling Tent 70.00 

Mission United Presbyterian Church 71.00) 

ACTION: Amend to delete gift of "Food Advisory Service la amount 
of $71.00"; recommended "do pass" as amended . 

11. Resolution authorizing lease with Albert Musso and Stella Arnold, 
lessors, of real property at 450-6th Street for use by the Depart- 
ment of Public Health for the Northeast Mental Health Outpatient 
Facility. File 64-76-1. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee 



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January 21, 1976 



12. Resolution authorizing lease with Fox Properties as lessor for 
space at 144 Townsend Street for use as Record Storage Center. 
File 64-76-2. (Real Estate) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 



ACTION: 



Amend by SUBSTITUTING "January 1 1976" for "Dece 
on line 12; recommended "do pass as amended. 



mber 1,1975" 



13, 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office to apply for and accept 
funds from the State of California Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for a project entitled, "San Francisco Youth Employment 
Program." File 68-76-1. (Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to January 28, 1976 . 



14. Resolution authorizing acquisition by eminent domain of certain 
real property and easements for sewer right of way purposes 
required for the North Point Transport Project at a cost not to 
exceed $375,000; rescinding Resolution No. 109-75. File 99-76. 
(Real Estate) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 



ACTION: 



AMEND line 10, "Change 3" to read "Change 4"; line 11 
by DELETING "and 4"; recommended as amended . 



15. Ordinance appropriating $43,065 for operation and capital improve- 
ments, variouo departments, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; 

an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-80. (Controller) 

Amend by severing appropriation for Coroner in amount of $1,500 

ACTION: and continue to January 28, 1976(File 101-75-80.1) pmend source 
of funds rescinded per B/A report on Farmer's Market and DPW 
appropriation, $125 temp salaries/$ 190 in liability insurance, 
and EDP capital improvement funds, respectively; recommended . 

16. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer and Director 
of Public Works to execute agreement for Regional Municipal 
Wastewater Solids Management Study. File 57-76. (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



17. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds for a New Mental Health Careers Program from 
United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare. 

File 333-75-9. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 1/14/76) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Dr. David Shupp requested to bring 
U.C. contract to Committee's attention before Board meeting 
Monday. 

18. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 358-75). 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 

Assessor P 922 4261 Real Property Appraiser 

P 924 4261 Real Property Appraiser 

P 918 1444 Clerk Stenographer 

P 913 1404 Clerk 

P 919 1426 Senior Clerk Typist 

P 912 1444 Clerk Stenographer 

Duplicate -p-«i8 i444-eierfc-Stenographer- 

P 922 4261 Real Property Appraiser 

P 924 4231 Real Property Appraiser 

P 920 4265 Senior Real Property 

Appraiser 
P 923 4265 Sr.Real Property 

Appraiser 
P 921 4270 Principal Appraiser 



Finance Committee Calendar 
18. (cont'd.) 



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January 21, 1975 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 




POSITION 


Tax Collector 


P 
P 
P 
T 


529 
536 
537 
50774 




4320 Cashier 
4320 Cashier 
4320 Cashier 
4324 Parking Meter Collector 


Purchasing 


P 


1139 




7315 Automotive Machinist 
Sub-Foreman 


Police 


P 
P 
P 
P 


4541 
4446 & 7 
4474 thru 
4496 


76 


Q2 Police Officer 
8214 Parking Controlman 
8214 Parking Controlman 
8214 Parking Controlman 


Juvenile Court 


P 
P 


443 

553 thru 


65 


2654 Cook 
8320 Counselor 



Public Works 



Public Defender 

( Sheriff 
( 

County Clerk 



P 9244 



P 83 



1226 Chief Payroll and 
Personnel Clerk 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 



50129 
50130 



353 
351 



8310 Lieutenant 
1934 Storekeeper 



Severed . 



Controller 



T 50059 



B160 Law Clerk 

8108 Legal Process Clerk 

4-1602 Calc Machine Operator 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND EQUIPMENT 



( SOCIAL SERVICES 

(Alterations and painting, 965 Mission St. 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
Water quality program equipment 
Service order to Environmental Impact Planning 

Corp. to prepare EIR for the Islais Creek 

Outfalls Consolidation Project 
Planning and design of the West Side Channel and 

Islais Creek Outfalls Consolidation Projects 
WATER DEPARTMENT 
Cement mortar line, 20 inch main in Sloat Blvd. 

near 44th Avenue 
FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Hose hangers 
HETCH HETCHY 
2 Dump trucks 
1 Utility truck 
ELECTRICITY 

Command and control testing equioment 
PUBLIC HEALTH 

County Jail Medical Program equipment 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Air ventilation system, 45 Hyde St. Annex 
POLICE 
200 PIC Batteries for existing radios 



$ 10,000. j Severed. 
44,894. 

5,000. 
320,000. 

237,400. 

2,500. 

32,000. 
8,000. 

22,020. 

1,950. 
18,400. 

9,585. 



ACTION: Sever Sheriff's Department requisitions and continue to 

January 28, 1976; sever capital improvements and equipment 
for Department of Social Services in amount of $10,000 and 
continue to January 28, 1976; motion adopted to unfreeze 
remaining requisitions and capital improvements/equipment . 

Social Services Department to be requested to advise Committee 
exactly what use money is to be put, i.e., details of the 
expenditure of the $10,000. for alterations and painting; 
Art Commission to be requested to advise the Committee under 
what jurisdiction was a CETA employee assigned to the Dept. 
of Social Services to design environmentally colored schemes 
in the building. 



Finance Committee Calendar 



January 28, 1976 



OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 



19. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 



REQ. NO. 



[Sheriff 


E 


1014 




E 


1015 


Municipal Railway 


P 


4034 




P 


4035 


District Attorney 


E 


0200 




E 


0206 




E 


0207 




E 


0208 




E 


0209 




E 


0210 




E 


0211 




E 


0212 




E 


0213 




F 


50037 




F 


50038 


Health: 


E 


1516 


Laguna Honda 






Health: CMHS 


F 


51227 


Health: Health 


E 


1517 


Centers 







POSITION 



) 



Undersheriff 

Senior Attorney ) Severed. 

Criminal & Civil ) 
Electrical Transit 
Mechanic Sub-Foreman 
8176 Trial Attorney 
8146 Investigator 
8183 Ass't. Chief Atty II 
8182 Head Attorney 

8181 Ass't. Chief Atty I 

8182 Head Attorney 
8180 Principal Attorney 
8180 Principal Attorney 
8180 Principal Attorney 
8178 Senior Attorney (Family 

Support) 
8178 Senior Attorney " 

2220 Physician 

2230 Physician Specialist 
2230 Physician Specialist 



ACTION: " Sheriff ' s Department requisitions severed and continued 

to January 28, 1976; motion adopted to unfreeze remaining 
requisitions. 

20. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of Chief 
of Police, San Francisco Police Department, effective January 12, 
1976. File 31-76-3. (Supervisor Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Supervisor von Beroldingen absent. 



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Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



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Priority Committee in carrying out its planning, investigatory 

and advisory responsibilities, as set forth in Ordinance 
No. 262-72. File 506-75. 

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The Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors has 
cancelled its special meeting which had been scheduled for 
Friday, January 23, 1976, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 228, City Hall 

When the public hearing is rescheduled on the role of 
the Electronic Data Processing Priority Committee in carrying 
out its planning, investigatory and advisory responsibilities, 
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MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors -ba.ncis-o 

City and County of San Francisco rtJBLrc" l^bary 

Wednesday, January 28, 1976 Room 228 - City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, ^ew=&er«4diag«»= 

(Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen) 

1. Ordinance providing for compensation of Advisory Committee of 
Street Artists and Craftsmen Examiners. File 516-74-10. 
(Art Commission) 

Continued to Call of the Chair pending receipt of revised 
ACTION: leg i Flat. ion . Commission to redraft Legislation along lines 
of original legislation, providing minimum/maximum compensa- 
tion and limit on number of meetings. 

2. Ordinance amending Section 807 of Part III, Municipal Code, 
providing for exemption of $2.01 or less to Stadium Operator 
Admission Tax. File 534-74-1. (Kopp, Francois, Nelder) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



3. Ordinance appropriating $878, Public Library, for contractual 
services ; rescinding $878 from appropriation for fixed charges. 
File 101-75-81. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, defunding certain ad valorem positions to provide 
funding for CETA positions. File 102-75-45. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 51) 

(Companion appropriation measure, Ord. No. 479-75, finally 
passed in Board* on 11-17-75.) 

ACTION: Reconnenried "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $1,100, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries, civilian, for the creation of two members, Police 
Commission; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-82. (Controller) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Police 

Department, reflecting the establishment of two new commissioner 
positions; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-57. (Civil Service Commission No. 66) 

ACTION : Recommended "do pa ss" . 



Ordinance appropriating $1,100, Fire Department, for permanent 
salaries, civilian, for the creation of two fire commissioners; 
an emergency measure. File 101-75-83. (Controller) 

ACTION; Amended by reducing total appropriation to $1,000, and 

reducing source of funds to $1,000. Recommended "do pass 
as amended". 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- January 28, 1976 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Fire Depart- 
ment, reflecting the establishment of two new commissioner 
positions; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-58. (Civil Service Commission No. 67) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" , 



Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-2. 
(City Attorney) 

(Mary Keck $ 500. 

Norman Malik 1,500.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



10. Ordinance authorizing dismissal of litigation of the City and 
County vs. Delta Lines, et al., by acceptance of $1,675. 
File 46-75-1. (Tax Collector) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 

amending Sections 21.47, 21.48, 21.49, 21.50, 21.51 and 21.52, 
to provide uniforms and related articles to Deputy Sheriffs. 
File 107-76. (Feinstein, Molinari) 

AC T I0N- Recommended "d o p ass" . 



12. Resolution authorizing acceptance of a reconditioned 10-passenger 
mini bus from the Volunteer Auxiliary of the Youth Guidance 
Center and The Parisian Bakeries, Inc., of San Francisco. 
File 38-75-63. (Juvenile Court) 

(Continued from 1/14/76) 

ACTION- Continued to Call of the Chair at request of department. 



13. Resolution authorizing the compromise of claim of the City and 
County of San Francisco against the State Department of Public 
Health by the acceptance of $106,877. File 49-75-10. (Public 
Health) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 

bv eminent domain for a Hetch Hetchy Substation. File 81-75-1. 
(Real Estate) 

(2-13-75: Continued to Call of the Chair.) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of department. 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- January 28, 1976 



15. Resolution authorizing acauisition of certain real property 
from various parties for $91,250, required for the expansion 
of the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. File 470-75-1. 
(Real Estate) 

Recommended "do pass" . Clerk directed to correct clerical 
ACTION: error in appropriation number on line 11 to read: 
835.058.000.000. 

16. Resolution authorizing attorney for the Tax Collector to institute 
legal proceedings for the recovery of value of services rendered 
at the San Francisco General Hospital and the Laguna Honda 
Hospital. File 30-76. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



17. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors for use by the 
Recreation and Park Department. File 38-76-3. (Recreation and 
Park) 

(Strybing Arboretum Society, 

heating units for the Lath House. $ 810.00 

Ikebana Int'l. Society of San Francisco, 

100 cherry trees. 750.00 

Ikebana Int'l. Society of San Francisco, 

for refurbishing Japanese Pond and 

Anelli Pond. 5,000.00 

Japan Foundation, 700 cherry trees, 

tree ties, stakes and cross-bars. 9,825.69) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



18. Resolution authorizing a reappropriation of funds and extension 
of existing lease of real property with Two-Polk Corporation for 
space at 1390 Market Street for Mayor's Office of Community 
Development. File 64-75-3. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



19. Resolution authorizing lease of real property from various 

lessors for space at 63S Van Ness Avenue for use by the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, Division of Sanitary Engineering. 
File 64-76-4. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



20. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Raymond and 
Bernice Moresi, Lessors, for space at 1748 and 1772 Market St. 
for offices for the Mayor's Office of Manpower. File 64-76-5. 
(Real Estate) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



21. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 

apply for and accept funds from the U.S. Department of Justice - 
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, for a project entitled, 
"San Francisco Citizen Safety Project." File 68-76-2. (Mayor's 
Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: Continued to February 4 . Project Coordinator to furnish 

material reflecting effectiveness of such projects in other 
cities and counties, pointing out the pluses and minuses 
of such programs. 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- January 28, 1976 



22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office to apply for and expend 
funds from the U, S. Regional Office of the Employment and Train- 
ing Administration of the Department of Labor for a program of 
"English-as-a-Second-Language. " File 68-75-3. (Mayor) 

Amended by DELETING "accept and expend" on Line 17, and 
ACTION: DELETING "and expend" in title. Recommended "do pass as 
amended ." Director of Mayor's Ofc. of Manpower to request 
waiver on allowance requirements so that funds could be 
spread out for training of more individuals. 

23. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 

at 762 Fulton Street for $280,000 for use by the Art Commission 
as a Community Cultural Center. File 111-76. (Real Estate) 

Continued to February 11 . Committee to make on-site inspec- 
ACTION: tion of property; Director of Property to furnish estimate 

of the cost of remodeling of building if converted to 

residential units and to advise how many units building 

could be converted into. 

24. Resolution authorizing the Public Defender to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled, "Salvation Army Counselor Project for 
Alcohol Related Offenders"; rescinding Resolution No. 609-75. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) Yile 121-76. 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



25. Resolution authorizing General Manager of Department of Electri- 
city to execute agreement with Pacific Telephone and Telegraphy 
Company for installation of a city antenna on telephone company' 
antenna tower in Bernal Heights. File 122-76. (Department of 
Electricity) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



26. Communications from various departments, transmitting claims of 
employees, various departments, for reimbursement of personal 
property damaged in line of duty. File 51-75-4. 

ACTION: Continued to February 4 at request of Controller. 



27. Resolution authorizing extension of grant contract (amendment #4 
to HUD contract #ME -04-006) between the City and County of 

San Francisco and the Western Federal Regional Council from 
January 31, 1976 to June 30, 1976. File 124-76. (Mayor) 

• APTTnv- Continued to February 4 . Clearinghouse to furnish Committee 
• w/report as to its past activities, and accomplishments and 
anticipated and projected programs hoped to accomplish if it 
is extended, and to review establishing resolution and respond 
... to the charge, given it therein. . , . . _ „ 

28. Resolution approving immediate filling or vacated position of Head 

Attorney, Civil and Criminal, District Attorney's Office. 
File 31-76-4. (District Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- January 28, 1976 



29. Ordinance appropriating $1,500 for operation and capital improve- 
ment, Coroner, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306, an emergency 
ordinance. File 101-75-30.1. 

(Continued from 1/21/76.) 

Amended by reducing total appropriation to $800 and rescinding 
ACTION: $800 in temporary salaries a/c (120 funds) to serve as source 

of funding rather than emergency reserve fund; recommended 

do pass as amended" . 

30. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office to apply for and 
accept funds from the State of California Office of Criminal 
Justice Planning for a project entitled, "San Francisco Youth 
Employment Program." File 68-76-1. (Mayor's Criminal Justice 
Council) 

(Continued from 1/21/76.) 

ACTION: Continued to February 11 at request of Project Director. 



31. Ordinance appropriating $33,025, Board of Supervisors, for 
operation of Assessment Appeals Board; an emergency measure. 
File 101-75-84. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



32. Resolution urging the State Legislature to proceed forthwith 

with legislation to fund local 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System. 
File 12-75-43. (Barbagelata) 

(11-19-75: Continued to Call of the Chair.) 

ACTION: Tabled . 



33. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 

• Sheriff T 50129 * 8310 Lieutenant 

T 50130 * 1934 Storekeeper 
E 1014 * Undersheriff 
E 1015 * Senior Attorney, Criminal 
and Civil 
* Consideration continued from 1/21/76. 

Sheriff T 50127 9738 Staff As's't. Ill 

T 50128 9732 Staff Aide II 
P 871 thru 873 8308 Sheriff's Sergeant 

(Court Order) 
P 862 thru 366 8308 Sheriff's Sergeant 

(Consolidation) 
P 852 thru 860 8305 Sr. Sheriff 

PUC: Water P 3883 1650 Accountant 

T 53932 1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 

T 43456 7514 General Laborer 

T 43667 7514 General Laborer 

F 4010 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

P 4019 1468 Water Services Clerk 

P 3995 4320 Cashier I 

P 3743 7328 Operating Engineer 

T 53892 1706 Telephone Operator 

(as needed) 
T 54008 737? Sr. Stat .Engr. , Sewage 



Finance Committee Calendar 



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January 28, 1976 



33. (cont'd.) 

DEPARTMENT REQ. NO. POSITION 

Severed Airport T == 5SF =========== 2^7S == ST^. == SeTJfa^c==TT«aT!inem: 

= etfefafst = 
P 606 2714 Janitor 

P 617 2714 Janitor 

P 620 7410 Automotive Serviceman 

Severed p 521 =&==6£2= 9210 Airport Policeman (e H e=9g*§^ 

" Tax Collector F=§©9===========43a£=S»T=IaHes£igat-a£=== 

P 524 4220 Personal Prop. Auditor 

P 526 ' 1424 Clerk Typist 
P 535 1630 Account Clerk 

Severed Adult Probation ^=500e8==========8^rt>=*rt*Ert^HF=0#**ce^=== 

T 50033 8440 Probation Officer 
T 50054 1430 Transcriber Typist 

Social Services T 51770 2654 Cook 

Registrar P 202 1408 Principal Clerk 

Health: P 978 1654 Principal Accountant 

Central Office P 981 1654 Principal Accountant 

Juvenile Court P 461 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

P 450 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

Real Estate P 290 2714 Janitor (Civic 

Auditorium) 

Civil Service T 50052 1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

Health Service P 128 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

Electricity P 98 7444 Parking Meter Repairman 

Purchasing P 1144 1934 Storekeeper 

Recreation & Park P 2894 3410 Asst. Gardener 

Severed Commission on Aging ==T==60028========i^4==G^U«4£=^E=ypia£= 

PUC:Muni P 3931 S104 Motorman 

P 3860-4 S104 Motorman 

P 3856-9 S102 Conductor 

P 3947 thru 3950 S102 Conductor 

P 3951 & 3952 S104 Motorman 

P 3927 thru 3930 S104 Motorman 

Controller P 985 1630 Account Clerk 

P 1014 • 1650 Accountant 
P 1016 1656 Head Accountant 

T 50064 1444 Clerk Stenographer 
Controller :EDP P 995 1720 Keypunch Operator 

P 1003 17 20 Keypunch Operator 

P 1012 1722 Tabulating Machine Oper. 

Health: SFGH T 50228 8207 Bldg.& Grounds Patrolman 
Public Works P 9272 1444 Clerk Stenographer (Arch.) 

S evered Public Works P=9238 = =========Sf 86=Adm±n7pr5pT=6pnBervati©a 

(Bldg. Inspection) P 9190 1840 Jr. Management Asst. 

" Erratum P9271 P-9279 6270 Residential Environment 

Inspector 
P 9255 1444 Clerk Stenographer 

P 9258 1444 Clerk Stenographer 

T 50380 1862 Systems & Procedure 
Analyst 

" Erratum P92§3=P-S233==========4#64=€r^=%***ms=fc£«^Aaai,== 

T 50511 ■ 5208 Civil Engineer 

Severed ( Mayor: ,) 

( (Criminal Justice) T 50320 8194 Deputy Director, Criminal) 

Justice ) 



Finance Committee Calendar 



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January 28, 1976 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

*S0CIAL SERVICES 

Alterations and painting, 965 Mission St. . . $ 10,000. 

^Consideration continued from 1/21/76. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Appropriation 5 . 684 . 215 . 000 (contract) 25,170. 

Slurry sealing roadway surface, Jerrold Ave. 
between Rankin and Toland 
Appropriation 4. 1 61.400.000 (contract) 36,294. 

Furnish and install generators and auxiliary 
electrical and mechanical facilities at five district 
police stations for emergency power sources. 
Appropriation 1.685.512.000 (work order) 3,200. 

Furnish and install two street lights in closed block 
of Buchanan St. between Post and Sutter Streets. 
Appropriation 5.672.506.000 95. 

Electrical service connection by P.G.& E. 
(traffic signal) 
Appropriation 5.572.505.000 (contract) 20,200. 

flashing traffic signals at Clarendon Avenue and 
Panorama Drive and at Portola Drive and Twin Peaks Blvd. 
Appropriation 5.672.511.000 (contract) 17,100. 

Traffic signals at Alemany Blvd. and Ottawa and on 
Mission St. at Trumbull, at Brazil and at Italy Ave. 
Appropri ation 4.672.517.000 & 4.672.523.000 (Acct.517) 111,500. 

(contract) (Acct. 523) 19,300 

Traffic signals - Lake Merced and Brotherhood Way, 
Fillmore and Geary, Sunset and Irving, Columbus and 
Vallejo and Webster and Sutter. 
Appropriation 5.672.509.000 (contract) 60,000. 

Install 175 sidewalk ramps for handicapped, various 
Appropriation 3.674.500.000 52,700. 

Rehab, roadway pavement, 3rd St. from Bryant to 4th 
and from Mariposa to Islais Creek and on 4th from 
Bryant to Townsend. 
A ppropriation 3.674.500.563 47,200. 

. Rehab . roadway pavement , Army St. between Guerrero 
and Hampshire and between Kansas and 3rd. 
Appropriation 4.672.511.000 (contract) 82,247 

Replace existing combustion system at Municipal 
Asphalt Plant 
Appropriation 3.445.523.510 (contract) 49,250. 

Additional radio antenna tower at Christmas Tree Point 
Appropriation 5.685.502.000 (annual cost) 10,002. 

Feasibility study and planning -county road projects. 
Appropriatio ns 5.672.513 & 5.672 .514 to 5.445.990.060 

5.672.513 3,000. 

5.672.514 2,000. 
City's matching funds - federal grant offer for 
"Safer Roads Demonstration Project" 
Appropriation 5.672.507.0 00 (Plans and Specs) 10,000. 

Engineering funds, Mission St. -install traffic signals 
Appropriation 3.672.503.585 (Plans and Specs) 2,500. 

Improve Arthur Ave. between 3rd & Jennings Sts. 
Appropriation 3.674.500.563.00 (Plans and Specs) 1,000. 

Rehabilitate pavement on Bayshore Blvd. Gas Tax 
Appropriation 3.447.501.000 (to prepare contract) 1,000. 

Development of Galvez Playground -Hunters Point Area 
Appropriation 2.445.506.145 (Plans and Specs) 2,000. 

Install high-pressure tire protection system in 
Redevelopment Area E-l 
Appropriation 4. 572 . 539 . 00 (Plans and Specs) 3,000. 

Union St. "Neighborhood Shopping District Street 
Beautification Program. 
Appropriation 3.672.512.685 1,645. 

Earthquake resistance study of existing bridge 
Appropriation 3.672.501.0 00 (Plans and Specs) 10,000. 

Initial street "improvement under assessment procedure 
of 1934 Street Improvement Ordinance 



Finance Committee Calendar 



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January 28, 1976 



Severed. 



33. (cont'd.) 

Appropriation 5.672. 501 000 (Planning) $ 10,000. 

Engineering funds and costs for streets and 

highway projects. 
Appropriation 5.572.503.000 (Engineering costs) 3,250. 

Repair of existing sidewalks in front of 

public property. 
Appropriation' 3.572.504.000 (Plans and specs) 7,500. 

Municipal Asphalt Plant-Independent Heat 

Supply System 
Appropriation 5.672.509.000 5,600. 

Plans and specs, install 130 handicap r2tnps, various 

locations. 
Appropriation 3.448.501.648 (contract) 11,575. 

Install navigation light at Marina Small Craft Harbor 
Appropriation 3.445.532.610 3,722. 

Construct traffic island, Vienna and Excelsior 
Appropriation 5.672.506.000 1,090 

Install flashing signals, Cortland at Bocana 
Appropriation 5.672.506.000 . 1,148 

Install flashing signals, Mission at Appleton 

WATER DEPARTMENT 

Appropriation 5.746.713.000 425,000. 

Contract with professional consultant for seismic 

safety study of Crystal Springs Dam 
Appropriation 5.747.506.000 257,184. 

Install 6, 8, and 16 inch Ductile Iron Mains, 

Filbert between Scott and Gough 
Appropriation 5.745.704.000 72,000. 

Install 4 and 6 inch Ductile Iron Main Installation 

in Washington, Filbert and Leavenworth Streets. 

EQUIPMENT 

CONTROLLER 

Appropriation 5.124.400.000 5,000. 

Magnetic Tape Storage 
SUPERIOR COURT 

Appropriation 5.179.400.000 

CITY ATTORNEY 

Appropriation 5.117.476.000 Law Books 

ART COMMISSION 
Typewriter 

PALACE OF FINE ARTS 
Adding Machine 
Typewriter 



Law Books 11,306. 
3,330. 

570. 
900. 



ACTION: 



SEVERED AND CONTINUED ONE WEEK : 

Mayor: (Criminal Justice) T 50320 8194 



Deputy Director, Criminal 
Justice 



SEVERED 


AND REFUSED 


ADOPTION: 


Airport 


P 


561 






P 


622 


Tax C 


ollector 


P 


500 


Adult 


Probation 


T 


50038 


Comm. 


on Aging 


T 


50028 


Publi 


c Wks:BBI 


P 


9236 






p 


9256 






P 


9257 






P 


9223 



Equipment for: 

Superior Court, App. 



2478 Sr. Sewage Treatment Chemist 

9210 Airport Policeman 

4335 Sr. Investigator 

8440 Probation Officer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

5286 Admin., Prop. Conservation 

5217 Building Code Analyst 

5179 Ass't. Supt. Bldg.Insp. Adm. 

1864 Sr. Systems & Proc . Analyst 

5.179.400.000, Amplifier, Rm. 400 - $800. 



MOTION ADOPTED ON REMAINING REQUISITIONS AND CAPITAL 
EQUIPMENT . 



IMPROVEMENTS/ 



OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 



34. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. 



DEPARTMENT 

Sever (Health: CMHS 

Health: SFGH 

Health:Co. Jail 

City Prison 
PUC:Muni 



REQ. NO. POSITION 

E 1533 2230 Physician (permanent) 

FX51232 2230 Physician (temporary) 

E1518 thru 2230 Physician (permanent) 

1526 4 or 5 hours per week 

E 1532 2210 Dentist (permanent) 

8 hours per week 

P 3966 7334 Stationery Engineer 



ACTION: Severed requisitions for Health:CMHS and continued for one 
week; motion adopted on remaining requisitions. 



City Librarian 

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CALENDAR 
SP r'£B 3 

. ... MEETING OF 

JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE ^gtSHisSSK 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 4, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras 
von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution approving contract between San Francisco City and 
County (Department of Public Health, Community Mental Health 
Services, Bureau of Alcoholism) and Sunset-Parkside Alcoholism 
Resource Committee, Inc. File 260-75-7. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



Resolution approving contract between San Francisco City and 
County (Department of Public Health, Community Mental Health 
Services, Bureau of Alcoholism) and Project Title XVI, Inc. 
File 260-75-8. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



3. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. File 260-75-4.1. (Public Health) 

( Organization Obligation 

Pacific Medical Center* $ 34,949.00 

Syva Company* 20,000.00 

S.F. Suicide Prevention, Inc. 34,411.00 

Youth Advocates, Inc. 182,249.00 

Walden House 216,000.00 

Aquarius House 27,382.30 

Reality House West 61,626.00 

The Salvation Army 72,842.00 

Western Addition Center for Alcoholic Problems 17,656.00 

Creative Socio-Medics Corporation 26,785.00 

Wesleo Biochemical Laboratories 2,500.00) 

(* Continued from 10/15/75.) 

ACTION: 



Sf 

fl-T* ^ CALENDAR DOCUMENTS 

MEETING OF 
^FINANCE COMMITTEE IfcaTCBHK 

Board of^upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 4, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

1. Ordinance authorizing and approving lease of Benjamin H. Swig 
Pavilion in Hallidie Plaza to San Francisco Convention and 
Visitors Bureau. File 65-75-3. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 1/21/76.) 

ACTION: 



2. Resolution declaring policy to approve a supplemental appropria- 
tion in the sum of $13,000 for the completion of the Benjamin H. 
Swig Pavilion under Fifth Street North in Hallidie Plaza. 
File 38-74-19.1. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 1/21/76.) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriating $1,100 for other deferred charges and 
suspense debits, Sheriff; rescinding $1,100 from appropriation 
for Sheriff's Management Assistance Fund. File 101-75-85. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: 



4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Police 
Department, reflecting the reclassification of five positions 
(Police Woman to Police Officer). File 102-75-36. (Civil 
Service Commission No. 43) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public 
Works, to adjust the wage of 7361 Plasterer, effective January 1, 
1976. File 102-75-62. (Civil Service Commission No. 70) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance authorizing execution of Joint Exercise of Powers 
Agreement for a study of land use in and adjacent to San Fran- 
cisco International Airport. File 27-76-1. (Airports 
Commission) 

(Continued from 1/21/76.) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- February 4, 1976 



7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 

plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-3. (City 
Attorney) 

(Marty Osburn, Renee Osburn 

and Shannon Pickers $ 1,000. 

Richard Kurz 750. 

Elinor Hayes 2,250.) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 3.17 thereto and by arr'ending Sections 3.07, 3.2 and 3.4 
thereof, changing dates for filing of budget estimates, trans- 
mission of budget estimates from the Controller to the Mayor, 
transmission by the Mayor of his proposed budget to the Board 
of Supervisors, and submission by the Mayor to the Board of 
Supervisors of proposed Annual Appropriation Ordinance. 
File 118-76-1. (von Beroldingen, Feinstein, Mendelsohn) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 10.169-3 thereto, establishing a Board of Supervisors 
Revolving Fund in the amount of $500. File 119-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 



10. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Public Utilities Commission 
property located at 940 Hayne Road in the Town of Hillsborough, 
also known as a portion of San Mateo County Tax Parcel 
093-390-020. File 125-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 



11. Ordinance adding Chapter 10C to the San Francisco Administrative 
Code to provide for reimbursement for fees, charges and costs 
imposed for towing and storage of vehicles under certain circum- 
stances; providing for reports to the Board of Supervisors. 
File 130-76. (Gonzales) 

ACTION: 



12. Resolution authorizing settlement of claims of various plaintiffs 

against the City and County. File 48-76-1. (City Attorney) 

(Josephine Yick $ 701.53 

Kenneth A. Foss 667.92 
California State Automobile Assn. 

and Norman Blackard 2,989.25) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- February 4, 1976 



13. Resolution approving proposed Animal Control Officer contract 
and authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
that contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals. File 59-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

(12-8-75: Continued to 12/23/75; 12/18/75: Postponed by Chrmn.) 

ACTION: 



14. Resolution expressing intent to approve budget items in the 
Police Department's annual budget for the subsequent three 
fiscal years for the installation and implementation of a 
reliable computer assisted dispatch system. File 100-76-3. 
(Police Commission) 

ACTION: 



15. Consideration of report on revenues and accounts receivable 

at San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director on 
audit report of hospital by Main La Frentz & Co. File 123-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 



Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 
acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. 
(Barbagelata, Molinari) 

ACTION: 



17. Application of Katherine Popovich for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County for personal injury. 
File 50-76-1. 

ACTION: 



18. Application of Raymond W. Martin for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County. File 50-76-2. 

ACTION: 



L9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 

apply for and accept funds from the U. S. Department of Justice - 
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, for a project entitled, 
"San Francisco Citizen Safety Project." File 68-76-2. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) 

(Continued from 1/28/76.) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-4- 



February 4, 1976 



20. Resolution authorizing extension of grant contract (amendment #4 
to HUD contract #ME-04-006) between the City and County of 
San Francisco and the Western Federal Regional Council from 
January 31, 1976 to June 30, 1976. File 124-76. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 1/28/76.) 

ACTION: 



21. Communications transmitting claims of employees, various depart- 
ments, for reimbursement of personal property damaged in line 
of duty. File 51-75-4. 



(Continued from 1/28/76.) 
ACTION: 



22. 



Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. 



DEPARTMENT 



REQ. NO. 



Mayor: * 
(Criminal Justice) T 50320 



Health:CMHS* 

(* Continued from 1/28/76.) 



E 1533 
FX 51232 



POSITION 



8194 Deputy Director, Criminal 

Justice 
2230 Physician (permanent) 
2230 Physician (temporary) 



ACTION: 



Public Library 

^, tfchsnj To. / 

"^ CALENDAR 

MEETING 
^.FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of-^Supervisors pub 

Cit> and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 11, 1S76 Room 223,- City Hall - 2:0C p.m. 

Present: Supervisors : Molinari, von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata for all items; all Supervisors for Item 1.) 



SPECIAL ORDER - 2:00 P.M. 



1. 



Hearing concerning role of the Electronic Data Processing 
Prioricy Committee in carrying out its planning, investigatory 
and advisory responsibilities, as set forth in Ordinance Do. 
252-72. File 506-75. 

._„ Tf _. Consideration continued to February 18, 1976 by direction 
1 ' of Chairman Fro Ten, Supervisor Molinari. 



REGULAR CALENDAR - 3:30 P.M. 

Ordinance appropriating $19,848, Department ct Public Health, 

for permanent salaries for abolishment of four positions and 

creation of five positions, Community Mental Health Services; 

rescinding $20,113 from permanent salaries appropriation. 

File 101-75-86. (Controller) 

r>ir.cirW»'- j"r cc-'-j-r-v ed to Jclr.t Coi-~i tt:" h::r.'r,,; 2/1F/7!: ; lYc-i^^r.t 

ACTION: of Board requested to make technical Jt .Finance/H&E Consult tee assignment 

for purpose of 2/18 hearing. Letter to be directed to all department heads 
requesting the Eoard be advised any time source of funding for positions 
is changed, from grant funds to ad valorem or from one gi"ant to another. 

Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public 

Health, CMHS, reflecting the reallocation of certain positions; 

a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-54. 

(Civil Service Commission No. 61) 

Consideration continued to Joint Committee hearing 2/18/76 ; President 
ACTION: of Board requested to make technical Jt .Finance/H&E Corrmittee assignment 

for purpose of 2/18 hearing. Letter to be directed to all department heads 
as per above. 

Ordinance authorizing Amendment No. 2 to "Agreement and Grant of 
Easements," granting to National Braemar, Inc., easements for 
installation, operation and maintenance of a reclaim tank and 
columns for the installation of an automatic car wash in Western 
Addition Parking Corporation Garage and authorizing execution 
of agreement. File 135-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



5. Resolution accepting gift of 10-passenger mini-bus valued at 

$3,500 from Volunteer Auxiliary of the Youth Guidance Center and 
the Parisian Bakeries, Inc., of San Francisco, for use by the 
Youth Guidance Center in the transportation of children. 
File 38-75-63. (Juvenile Court) 

(Continued from 1/23/76.) 

ACTION: RecoT juended " do pass" . 



Tinnncc Committee Calendar -2- February 11, 1976 



6. Resolution rescinding Resolution Mo. 690-75, authorizing acquisi- 
tion of certain real property for a community cultural center. 
File 408-75-1. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do |.ass" . 



Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Henry P. Ochoa and Mario A. and Ethel Parisi for the sum of 
$87,000 required for expansion of the Southeast Water Pollution 
Control Plant. File 470-75-2. (Real Estate) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" , 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
7372 Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant, effective February 1, 
1976. File 31-76-5. (Public Works) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



9. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors for use by 
the Public Library. File 38-76-4. (Public Library) 

($290 for purchase of a typewriter from an anonymous donor; 
$300 for purchase of catalog trays from anonymous donor; 
$50'J irom Dora D. Ide, to be used as Library desiies, and 
$700 from the Demos Foundation to continue the Early Child- 
hood Program taped telephone story-telling project.) 

ACTION 1 Recommended "do pa ss"; Committee recommends, however, that 
hoLd be placed on expenditure of $500 gift of Dora D.Ide 
until department requests Finance Committee to release such 
funds and Committee can determine for what purpose the funds 
will be used. 
10. F-esolution accepting gift of $1,385 from the San Francisco 

Foundation for use by the Art Commission for a Bicentennial Art 

Exhibit. File 38-76-5. (Art Commission) 

ACTION : Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 

County against various defendants. File 49-76-1. (City Attorney) 

(Mutual Grocery Company $12,000 

Shall Trailer and Truck Rental 700) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Resolution authorizing lease with Orpheum Building Company, as 

lessor, for space at 1182 Market Street for Youth Service Bureau 
of the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice Council. File 64-76-6. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- February 11, 1976 



13. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property with 
the Phelan Company, as lersor, for space at 1095 Market Street, 
for offices of the Commission on the Aging. File 64-76-7. 
(Real Estate) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property at 
762 Fulton Street for $280,000 for use by the Art Commission as 
a Community Cultural Center. File 111-76. (Real Estate) 

(Continued from 1/28/75.) 

ACTION: Reco mmended "do pass" . 



15. Resolution approving proposed Animal Control Officer contract 
and authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
that contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals. File 59-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 13 meeting ; to be 
calendared as Item No. 3 thereat. 

16. Resolution expressing intent to approve budget items in the 
Police Department's annual budget for the subsequent three 
fiscal years for the installation and implementation of a^ 
reliable computer assisted dispatch system. File 100-76-3. • 
(Police Commission) 

(Continued from 2/4/75.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 18 meeting . 



17. Consideration of report on revenues and accounts receivable w 
at San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director 

on audit report of hospital by Main La Frentz & Co. File 123-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 18 meeting ; to 
be calendared as Item No. 4 thereat. 

18. Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 
acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. 
(Barbagelata, Molinari) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) K 

A.CTI0N : Consideration continued to February 18 meeting . Director 
of Property to make progress report at that time on 
negotiations with the Retirement System. 

19. Resolution authorizing Purchaser of Supplies to execute test 
agreement containing hold harmless and indemnification clause 
with General Motors Corporation (Chevrolet Motor Division). 
File 157-75. (Purchaser of Supplies) 

ACTION : Recommended "do pass". 



Finance Committee Calendar 



February 11, 1976 



20. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employment , 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 
REQUISITIO NS 

REQ. NO. POSITION 

7372 Stationary Engr. , Sewage 
7372 Stationary Engr., Sewage 
7372 Stationary Engr., Sewage 
5202 Junior Civil Engr. 

(reinstatement) 
8202 Watchman 
3632 Librarian II (Federal 

funds) 
9330 Pileman 

8452 Criminal Justice 

Specialist 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
Q 35 Asst. Inspector. 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1450 Principal Clerk 

Stenographer 
2903 Eligibility Worker 

(reinstatement) 
8234 Fire Alarm Dispatcher 

9110 Fare Collections 
Receiver 



8440 Probation Officer 
8440 Probation Officer 
290 Deputy Clerk 
280 Deputy Clerk 
290 Deputy Clerk 
300 Deputy Clerk 
320 Deputy Clerk 
330 Deputy Clerk 

2654 Cook 

5238 Assoc. Elec. Engineer 



Public Works 


P 


9239 






P 


9278 






P 


9273 






P 


9270 






TX50565 




Public Library 


T 


50142 


& 3 


Port Commission 


T 


50048 




Mayor: Criminal 








Justice 


T 


50318 






T 


50319 




Police 


P 


4581 




Mayor: Clearing- 








house 


T 


50047 




Mayor: Model 








Cities 


T 


50041 




War Memorial 


P 


30 




Social Services 


P 


5569 




Electricity 


T 


50014 




PUC: Municipal 








Railway 


T 


53688 






T 


53757 


& 8 




T 


53731 


thru 




T 


53733 




Adult Probation 


T 


50038 






T 


50063 




Municipal Court 


P 


947 






P 


948 & 


9 




P 


950 thru 959 




P 


960 thru 953 




P 


964 thru 973 




P 


974 thru 984 


Juvenile Court 








Log Cabin Ranch 


=^=3*>= 


P 487 


Water Dept. 


P 


3996 




EQUIPMENT 









Fire Dept. 
ACTION: Adopted. 



Resuscitator-inhalator 
and parts 



$719. 



OFF -CALENDAR ITEMS 



21. 



Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments be 
lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 



Superior Court 



REQ . NO . 
E 0087 



POSITION 



Senior Clerk 



continued , 



Finance; Committee Calendar 



-5- 



February 11 , 1976 



21. (continued) 

DEPARTMENT 
Health:CMHS 



Health:SFGH 



REQ. NO. 

E 1537 
F 51234 
FX51235 
FX51236 



E 1500 

E 1501 

E 1502 

E 1503 

1504 

1505 

1506 

1507 

1508 

1509 

1510 

1511 

E 1512 

E 1513 



POSITION 

2230 Physician Specialist 

2230 Physician Specialist 

2230 Physician Specialist 

2230 Physician Specialist 



2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 
2230 



Physician 
Physician 
Physician 

Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 
Physician 



Specialist 
Specia List 
Specialist 
Spec ialist 
Specialist 
Specia List 
Specialist 
Specialist 
Specialist 
Specia list 
Specialist 
Specialist 
Specialist 
Specialist 



(9 hrs 

(4 hrs 
(15 hr 

4 hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
hrs 
4 hrs 
4 hrs 



wk) 

wk) 
s . wk) 
.wk) 

. wk ) 
.wk) 

.wk) 

.wk) 
.wk) 
.wk) 
.wk) 
.wk) 
.wk) 
.wk) 



ACTION: 



-22. Claim of employee for reimbursement of personal property damaged 
in line of duty. File 51-75-4.1 (Controller) 

ACTION: Resolution "authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of city and county employee" prepared in and 
reported out of Committee; recommended "do pass" . 
(Reimbursement in amount of $73.00 recommended.) 



Or 

r5 CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 11, 1976 Room 228 s City Hall - 3:00 p.m. 

Pr es en c : =Sep ^r-v-l">-:^:^=€te-^ 

von Bta ?ol-<H :tigeTF 5= none 

1. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. (Public Health) 

File 260-75-4 .2 

Organisation Obligation 

Syva Corporation $ 20,000.00 

(12/31/75 - 6/30/76) 
Western Addition Center for Alcoholic 17,656.00 

Problems (10/1/75 - 6/30/76) 
Creative Socio-Medics Cornoration 26,785.00 

(11/7/75 - 6/30/76) 
Wesleo Biochemical Laboratories 2,500.00 

(10/1/75 - 9/30/76) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) 

Meeting cancelled due to lack of quorum; consideration con- 
ACTION: tinued by direction of Chairman Pro Tern, Supervisor Molinari, 

to February 18, 1976. 

File 158-76-1 



Organization Obligation 

Bayview -Hunters Point Foundation, Inc. $ 154,120.00 * 
(7/1/75 - 6/30/76) 
* $92,349 ad valorem; $51,771 NIDA. 

ACTION: Meeting cancelled due to lack of quorum; consideration con- 
tinued by direction of Chairman Pro Tern, Supervisor Molinari, 
to February 18, 1976. 



cu 



/C/ 



CALENDAR 



«2- MEETING OF 

<s FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^, February 13, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors B*sbag*4a*a , Molinari, von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata) 

SPECIAL ORDER - 2:00 P.M. 

1. Hearing concerning role of the Electronic Data Processing 

Priority Committee in carrying out its planning, investigatory 

and advisory responsibilities, as set forth in Ordinance No. 
262-72. File 506-75. 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair. 



REGULAR CALENDAR - 3:30 P.M. 



Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
adding thereto Chapter 10C, providing for reimbursement for fees, 
charges and costs imposed for the towing and storage of vehicles 
under certain circumstances; providing a procedure therefor; and 
providing for reports to be made to the Board of Supervisors. 
(Second Draft) File 130-75. (Supervisor Gonzales) 



(Continued from 2/4/75.) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" , 



3. Resolution approving proposed Animal Control Officer contract 
and authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to execute 
that contract with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals. File 59-75-2. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair . Animal 

Control Commission requested to submit to the Committee 

in time for budget review specific contract recommendations, 

4. Consideration of report on revenues and accounts receivable at 
San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director on 
audit report of hospital by Main La Frentz & Co. File 123-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 

Consideration continued to March 17. 1976 . Department 
ACTION: requested to make report at that time on corrective 

procedures taken on private patients without insurance; 

Bureau of Delinquent Revenue to be requested to report 

on its collection follow-up procedures. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Office to apply for funds 
from the U. S. Regional Office of the Employment and Training 
Administration of the Department of Labor for a program of 
"English-as-a-Second-Language." File 68-76-3. (Mayor) 

(2-2-76: Reref erred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: To Board without recommendation. 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- February 18, 1976 



6. Ordinance appropriating $8,542, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Services, for contractual services and medical service 
and care; rescinding $8,542 from fixed charges and appropriation. 
File 101-75-87. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $4,990, Juvenile Court, Probation 
Office, for LEAA-OCJP cash match; rescinding $4,896 from various 
appropriations. File 101-75-88. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



8. Ordinance approoriating $43,000, Hetch Hetchy Operating, for 
Moccasin Administration Building, to rehabilitate Central 
Heating System. File 101-75-89. (Controller) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 25, 1976 ; Department 
to furnish more documentation to support supp lemen ta 1 
appropriation request. 

9. Ordinance amending Traffic Code by amending Section 210 thereof, 
relating to parking meter violations and the penalties prescribed 
therefor. File 441-75. (Barbagelata) 

(1-19-76: Finally passed by Board. 

1-30-76: Returned disapproved by Mayor. 

2-02-76: Reref erred by Board to Finance Committee. 

2-23-76: Last Board meeting day for action on Mayor's veto.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976 . 



10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 

plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-4. (City 
Attorney) 

(Julie Hamilton $ 375.00 

Charlotte Suggs 5,000.00) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



11. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Sections 
703 and 720 thereof, to increase the rate of telephone users' 
tax from 57° to 67., and to provide that one-sixth of revenues 
collected thereunder be utilized exclusively to institute and 
implement a "911" Emergency Telephone System in San Francisco. 
File 146-76. (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 25, 1976 . 

12. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code, by amend- 
ing Section 10.7-1 thereof, requiring non-profit corporations 
to make reports to the Controller, and providing for comment 
thereon upon audit of books by Controller. File 160-76. 
(Molinari, Kopp) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- February 18, 1976 



13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Chief Attorney II, District Attorney's Office. File 31-76-6. 
(District Attorney) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 25, 1976. 



14. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 

against the City and County. File 48-76-2. (City Attorney) 

(Peter Paras and Calif. State Automobile 

Association $ 555.94 

Christopher Scott 933.79 

United Services Automobile Assn. 500.61) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



extension of 
15. Resolution authorizing/ lease of real property with Glaser Bros., 
Inc., as lessor, at 855 Harrison Street for offices for 
Hetch Hetchy Water and Power. File 64-76-8. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



16. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with the 

814 Mission Street Company, as lessor, at 814 Mission Street 
for offices for the District Attorney s Family Support Bureau. 
File 64-76-9. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

extension of 

17. Resolution authorizing /leases of real property with Del Monte 
Corporation, as lessor, at 250 Fourth Street for the Department 
of Public Health, and with Sacramento-Kearny Company, as lessor, 
at 550 Kearny Street, for the Business Branch of the Public 
Library. File 64-76-10. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



18. Resolution requesting Department of Public Health to report on 
implementation of recommendations contained in Budget Analyst's 
report on operations of the Community Mental Health Services 
Program. File 120-76. (Mendelsohn, von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976 . 



19. Hearing to review the total cost of City memberships in various 
organizations, including dues and the sending of delegates to 
conventions and to consider possible termination of said member- 
ships. File 512-75. (Molinari) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976 . 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- February 18, 1976 



20. Hearing to review allegation that City's contract for purchase 
of all electrical materials, supplies and fixtures, excluding 
light bulbs, is to be renewed as of February 1, 1976, without 
going to bid. File 153-76. (Francois) 

ACTION: Filed . Purchaser of Supplies satisfactorily explained 
procedure undertaken. 

21. Hearing to evaluate the question of the City and County maintain- 
ing a residence for the Chief of the Fire Department at 870 Bush 
Street. File 154-76. (Francois) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976 at request of 
Fire Commission. 

22. Communication urging amendment of the Administrative Code, 
Section 10.49-5, by deleting the name of a specific bank as 
clearing house representative and substituting therefor "any 
bank doing business with the City and County." File 518-75. 
(Controller) 

Ordinance, prepared in and reported out of Committee, 
ACTION: recommended "do pass" : "Amending Administrative Code by 

amending bection iU.49-5 thereot to provide that Controller 
and Treasurer may designate any bank doing business with the 
City & Co. as clearing house representative of the City & Co." 

23. Resolution expressing intent to approve budget items in the 
Police Department's annual budget for the subsequent three 
fiscal years for the installation and implementation of a 
reliable comouter assisted dispatch system. File 1GG-76-3. 
(Police Commission) 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 

ACT ION : C onsideration continued to February 25, 1976 . 



24. Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 
acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. 
(Barbagelata, Molinari) 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 

ACTION : Consideration continued to February 25, 1976 . 



25. Ordinance appropriating $15,170, Finance and Records, County 
Clerk, for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe 
benefits for refunding three defunded positions, County Clerk's 
Office, Finance and Records, pursuant to the provisions of 
Section 6.306 of the Charter; an emergency ordinance. 
File 101-75-92. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "ao pass" . 



26. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 249-75 (Annual Salary Ordinance, 
1975-76) reflecting the restoration of funds for three defunded 
positions, Office of the County Clerk, Department of Finance and 
Records, an emergency measure; a companion to the preceding 
item. File 102-75-66. (Civil Service Commission No. 81) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-5- 



February 18, 1976 



27. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling em ployments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 350-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



REQUISITIONS 

DEPARTMENT 

Public Health: 
SFGH 



Public Health: 
Laguna Honda 



REQ. NO. 
P 3145 



3240 

50224 

50215 

3253 

3208 

3206 

50225 

50227 

3250 

3230 

3233 

3241 

50218 

50230 

3192 

50223 

3248 

3069 

3053 

3066 

2815 

2844 

3246 

3251 

3211 

3213 

3231 

3242 

3256 

3258 

3237 

3261 

3252 



& 7 



& 4 



Sheriff 



3191 

50205 & 7 

1471 & 2 

1453 thru 

1456 

1378 

1467 

1445 

50039 

50070 

1488 thru 

1490 

1503 

1452 

1368 

1438 

1421 

1427 

1446 

1448 
TX 50082 
P 1414 
TX 50087 
T 50121 



POSITION 

1222 Sr. Payroll & Personnel 

Clerk 
ii 

1650 Accountant 

1654 Principal Accountant 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1530 Account Clerk 

1640 Sr. Accounting Mach.Op. 

1853 Control Clerk, EDP 

1424 Clerk Typist 

2434 Sr. Electrocardiograph Tech 

2736 Porter 

2736 Porter 

2736 Porter 

2760 Laundry Worker 

2760 Laundry Worker 

2770 Senior Laundry Worker 

2780 Laundry Supervisor 

1404 Clerk 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

2112 Medical Records Tech. 

2116 Asst. Director, Med. Records 

231?. Licensed Vocational Nurse 

2312 Licensed Vocational Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2320 Registered Nurse 

2510 Central Supply Rm.Supt. 

2425 Radiologic Technologist I 

2428 Supervising Radiologic 

Tech I 
8204 Institutional Policeman 
8204 Institutional Policeman 
2302 Orderly 

2320 Registered Nurse 
1632 Senior Account Clk. 
2604 Food Service Worker 
2604 Food Service Worker 
2604 Food Service Worker 
2604 Food Service Worker 

2736 Porter 

2910 Social Worker 

2910 Social Worker 

2760 Laundry Worker 

2760 Laundry Worker 

2760 Laundry Worker 

2556 Physical Therapist 

2543 Occupational Therapist 

2424 X-Ray Laboratory Aide 

2908 Hospital Eligibility Worker 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

1844 Sr. Management Asst. 

9971 Community Worker 



continued. 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-6- 



February 18, 1976 



Item No. 27 continued 
DEPARTMENT 



REQ. NO. 



Police 


P 


4484 




P 


4578 




P 


4391 




P 


4398 




P 


4431 


Purchasing 


P 


1143 


F&R: Recorder 


T 


50532 


F&R:County Clerk 


P 


352 


Superior Court 


E 


0036 


Juvenile Court 


T 


50114 




P 


478 & 479 




P 


483 


Airport 


P 


622 




P 


623 & 624 




P 


638 




P 


648 


Public Works 


TX 50621 


Civil Service 


T 


50074 




P 


598 


Rec & Park 


T 


50174 


Assessor 


T 


50003 


Public Health: 


P 


977 


Central Ofc. 


T 


51896 




P 


962 




P 


993 




T 


51995 




P 


974 




P 


996 




P 


999 




T 


51989 




P 


964 




P 


990 




T 


51998 




T 


51997 




P 


991 




P 


992 




T 


;"'1731 


Registrar 


T 


50030 




T 


50032 



POSITION 

1424 Clerk Typist 

8238 Police Communications 

Dispatcher 
8214 Parking Controlman 
8214 Parking Controlman 
8214 Parking Controlman 

1630 Account Clerk (Cent. Shop) 

1404 Clerk 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1402 Junior Clerk 

1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 
8440 Probation Officer 
8440 Probation Officer 

9210 Airport Policeman 
9210 Airport Policeman 
9210 Airport Policeman 
9210 Airport Policeman 

8202 Watchman (Civic Auditoriixn) 

9744 Staff Asst. VI, Spec. Proj. 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1232 Training Officer 

4265 Sr.Real Prop. Appraiser 

1426 Sr.Clk. Typist 
2462 Microbiologist 
1406 Sr. Clerk 

1425 Sr. Clerk Typist 
2320 Registered Nurse 
Public Health Nurse 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1424 Clerk Typist 

9730 Staff Aide I (Lab 
Apprentice) 

2806 Disease Control Investi- 
gator 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

2312 Licensed Vocational 
Nurse 

2736 Porter 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist (5 for 1 wk) 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

Department of Public Heglth 

(New hospital opening scheduled June 1, 1976) 

Medical Gas Outlets 

Monitor Installation (ME19) 

Construction of Ramps 

Relocation of Maintenance Shops 

Interim Relocation of Toxicology Lab 

Toxicology Lab Construction 

Interim Prison Ward 

Prison Ward Construction 

Anesthesia Shelled Area 

Psych Modifications 

Psych Security Modifications 

Steam Anchors 

Wet Standpipe 

continued. 



25 
20 
10 
50 
60 

507 
25 

680 
41 
62 
98 
10 
7 



,000* 

,000* 

,000 

,000 

,500 

,000 

,000 

,500 

,400* 

,000* 

, 000 * 

,095* 

,864 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-7- 



February 18, 1976 



Item No. 27 continued 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 
Department of Public Health 

Tunnel Mechanical Work 

Ventilation of Two Electrical Equipment Rooms 

Kitchen Hood Fan System 

Pneumatic Tube to Labs 

Radiology Modifications 

(Total $1,700,213) 
EQUIPMENT 

Department of Public Health 
(New hospital opening scheduled June 1, 1976) 

Schedule Item Equipment Description 



5,204* 

1,000* 

650* 

40,000* 

56,000 



Amount 



A 


2 


2 


Bed Scales 




1, 


100 


A 


5 


10 


Wheelchairs 


2,200 






8 


13 


2 


Wheelchairs 


200 






C 


50 


2 


Wheelchairs - Pediatric 


! 420 






D 


69 


1 


Wheelchair 


266 


3, 


085 


A 


12 


2 


EKG Machine 


ITOTO" 






6 


2 


1 


EKG Machine 


1,507 






C 


44 


5 


EKG Machine 


7,070 






C 


80 


1 


EKG Machine 


1,350 


12, 


937 


A 


15 


54 


Carts Storage 


LO|050~ 






A 


16 


3 


Carts, Emergency 


600 






A 


21 


12 


Cart Utility 


1,800 






B 


8 


33 


Cart Linen 


16,900 






C 


2 


5 


Cart Linen 


8,704 






D 


14 


4 


Cart 


800 






D 


15 


2 


Cart Utility 


100 


37, 


954 


A 


31 


6 


Sphygmomanometers 


1,200 






C 


57 


15 


Sphygmomanometers 


900 






C 


58 


2 


Sphygmomanometers , Port . 


300 


2, 


400 


A 


32 


10 


Lamp - Heat 


330 






C 


6 


100 


Light - Examining 


6,000 






C 


15 


1 


Light - Examining 


60 


6, 


,390 


A 


38 


40 


Table Instrument 




4, 


,000 


A 


57 


109 


Hamper Linen 




5, 


,450 


A 


2 


5 


Defibrillators 






770 


B 


3 


1 


Defibrillator with Mon- 
itor 




3, 


,600 


B 


6 




Shelving 


5,000 






B 


7 




Shelving 


7,000 






C 


92 




Shelving 


1,700 






A 


55 




Shelving 


800 






C 


99 




Shelving 


1,250 


15, 


,750 -- 


B 


9 




Carts - Unit Dose 


6,604 






B 


10 




Carts - Transfer 


960 






B 


23 




Unit Transfer 


2,475 


9, 


,039 


B 


11 


2 


Table Delivery 


10,000 






B 


12 


1 


Table Delivery & OR 


5,000 


15 


,000 


C 


3 




Dispensers Soap 




4 


,000 


B 


26 




Furniture - Children 






800 


B 


29 


20 


Bassinettes 




4 : 


,000 


C 


104 




Food Service Equipment 
Scraping Tables- 
Conveyor 
Oven 


60,000 * 
40,000 












Trays 


3,000 


103 


,000 


C 


120 




Waste Basket 




2 


,750 


C 


121 




Ash Trays, Free Stndng. 




1 


,200 


D 


23 


110 


Adapters 


775 






D 


37 


140 


Flowmeters 


6,017 






D 


61 


90 


Suction Units 


18,979 






D 


62 


90 


Suction Regulator 














w/Adaptor 


24,825 


50 ; 


,596 








(Total - $233,822) 














continued. . 


. 





Finance Committee Calendar 



February 18, 1976 



Item No. 27 continued 

Department of Public Health 

Emergency Medical Services 
2 Ambulances 

Civil Service 

E lee trocard iograph 



$39,900 ** 
1,672 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 



Airport 



Improvements to Utility Systems 
Improvements to Drainage System 



Department of Public Works 

Precita Park - Contract for irrigation, 
landscaping and play area improvements 



459,853 
100,000 



65,827 



ACTION: ADOPTED on all items. 

Budget Analyst to submit a report to the Committee 
on the cost factor of freezing requisitions for 
Registered Nurses. 

* Clerk to present memo to Committee on such asterisked items 
at the meeting of March 3, 1976, for the Committee's purposes 
of discussion and possible follow-up. 

** Purchasing Department to contact the supplier in Dallas, Texas, 
to determine whether a vehicle could be made available for 
trial purposes so that input from ambulance drivers may be 
obtained, and performance of vehicle on S.F. hills determined. 

OFF-CALENDAR ITEM 

28. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling of employments 
be lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

POSITION 

2230 Physician Specialist 
2230 Physician Specialist 
2230 Physician Specialist 
2230 Physician Specialist 
2273 Interne 
2275 Asst. Resident I 
2275 Asst. Resident I 
2277 Asst. Resident II 
2279 Asst. Resident III 
2281 Asst. Resident IV 
2283 Chief Resident V 
2230 Physician Specialist 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ.NO. 


Public Health: 


E 


1538 


SFGH 


E 


1539 




E 


1540 




E 


1541 




E 


1542 




E 


1543 




E 


1544 




E 


1545 




E 


1546 




E 


1547 




E 


1548 




E 


1549 


ACTION: ADOPTED 





CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board o ^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ February 18, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Batbageiafca, Feinstein, Molinari, TameFas, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisors Barbagelata, Tamaras) 

1. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by amending 
Section 15.6 thereof, to provide that agreements for psychiatric 
services be heard by the Health and Environment Committee prior 
to approval by the Board of Supervisors. File 161-76. (Kopp) 

ACTION: Tabled . 

Ordinance, prepared in and reported out of Committee, 
recommended "do pass" : "Amending the San Francisco 
Administrative Code by amending Section 15.6 thereof, 
to provide that certification of performance of a contract 
purveyor for psychiatric services be supported by a report 
summarizing the types of services rendered, unit cost, 
cost breakdown and source of funding." File 161-76-1 . 

2. Ordinance appropriating $19,848, Department of Public Health, 
for permanent salaries for abolishment of four positions and 
creation of five positions, Community Mental Health Services; 
rescinding $20,113 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-75-86. (Controller) 

(Continued from Finance Committee meeting of 2/11/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

Department to be requested to advise the Controller 
and the Budget Analyst of the progress of the NIDA 
grant to determine if positions can subsequently be 
funded from grant rather than ad valorem funds. 

3. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public Health, 
CMHS, reflecting the reallocation of certain positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-54. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 61) 

(Continued from Finance Committee meeting of 2/11/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

4. Review of certificates submitted by Department of Public Health 
for renewal of existing contracts for provision of mental health 
services. (Public Health) 

(a) File 260-75-4.2 

Organization O bligation 

Syva Corporation $ 20,000. 

(12/3l'/75 - 6/30/76) 
Western Addition Center for Alcoholic 

Problems (10/1/75 - 6/30/76) 17,656. 

Creative Socio-Medics Corporation, Inc. 

(11/7/75 - 6/30/76) 26,785. 

Wesleo Biochemical Laboratories 

(10/1/75 - 9/30/76) 2,500. 

(Continued from 2/11/76.) 



Joint Finance/Health and -2- February 18, 1976 

Environment Committee Calendar 



Item No. 4(a) continued. 

ACTION: Renewal of contract for Creative Socio-Medics Corporation 
tabled. City Attorney opinion to be requested as to 
whether the current renegotiation of the contract with 
Creative-Socio Medics Corporation for an orderly end to 
its involvement with the Methadone Program poses any 
legal complications. 

Renewal of contracts for remaining organizations recommended; 
combined with File 158-76-1. 

(b) File 158-76-1 

Organization • Obligation 

Bayview-Hunters Point Foundation, Inc. $ 154,120 * 
(7/1/75 - 6/30/76) 
* $92,349 ad valorem; $61,771 NIDA. 

ACTION: Contract renewal for Bayview-Hunters Point Foundation, Inc. 
recommended. Renewal of contracts for Syva Corporation, 
Western Addition Center for Alcoholic Problems and Wesleo 
Biochemical Laboratories combined herewith. Resolution, 
prepared in and reported out of Committee, recommended 

do pass" : "Approving renwewal of contracts between the 
City and County of San Francisco (S.F. Department of 
Public Health, CMHS) and various organizations." 



DOCUMENTS 

. / MAR 4 1376 

^ CALENDAR 






MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday > February 25, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, 5#i©e£=, Tsaaseaa, 

(Absent: Supervisors Pelosi, Tamaras, von Beroldingen 

1. Policy Declaration: "Shall the City and County of San Francisco 
finance and build a new competitive convention center and related 
facilities in Yerba Buena Center which will be competitive with 
the major convention facilities in this country?" (Francois) 
File 289-75. 
(8-13-75: Continued to Call of the Chair.) 

(3-04-76: Last regular meeting date for hearing by the 

Legislative and Personnel Committee on the question 
of submission.) 

(Calendared for purposes of formulation of appropriate policy 
statement; to be referred to Legislative and Personnel Committee 
for question of submission.) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of author. 



'pcTTW/n u/ Public Library 
c_a.L^. n d a it DOetfMENTS 

MEETING OF Mnn , ,, 

FINANCE COMMITTEE MAK 4 Tb/D 



55- 
3- 
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Board of Supervisors WHLtf^igUBBk 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, February 25, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, vea-Be£s:ldinge» 

(Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen) 

1. Resolution authorising acquisition of certain real property for 
use as a drill area and additional parking for Fire Station 
Ho. 8. File 466-75. (Real Estate) 

(10-29-75: Continued to Call of the Chair.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



2. Ordinance appropriating $15,400 for land, Fire Department. 
File 101-75-90. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $35,264, Public Health, San Francisco 
General Hospital, for permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits for creation of eight positions; rescinding 
$35, 26': from contractual services appropriation. File 101-75-91. 
(Controller) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public 
Health, San Francisco General Hospital, to reflect restoration 
of funds for eight positions; a companion measure to the preced- 
ing item. File 102-75-67. (Civil Service Commission No. 76) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass ' ' . 



Ordinance appropriating $5,487 for operation and capital improve- 
ment. Social Services, Single Men's Rehabilitation Center; 
rescinding $5,487 from appropriation for Boarding Hones and 
Institutions. File 101-75-93. (Controller) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976. 



Ordinance appropriating $4,792, Public Administrator, for 
equipment; rescinding $4,792 from appropriation for contractual 
services. File 101-75-94. (Controller) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, to provide a cost of living adjustment to the Health 
and VJelfare payment of 7311 Cement Mason and related classifica- 
tions, effective 11/1/75. File 102-75-51. (Civil Service Commis- 
sion No. 58) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- February 25 1976 



8. Ordinance authorizing execution of Joint Exercise of Powers 
Agreement for a Study of Land Use in and Adjacent to San Fran- 
cisco International Airport. File 27-76-1. (Airports 
Commission) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair at the 

request oi Airports Commission pending assurance that 
Director of Airports can be present at Committee meeting 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Dorothy L. 
McKnight against the City and County by payment of $1,250. 
File 45-76-5. (City Attorney) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



10. Ordinance appropriating $30,680, Public Health, for temporary 

salaries and contractual services, Hassler Hospital; rescinding 
$30,680 from various appropriations, Public Health, Administra- 
tion and Hassler Hospital, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; 
an emergency measure. File 101-75-95. (Controller) 

ACTION - Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance appropriating $12,000 for contractual services, 

Board of Supervisors; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-96. 
(Conf-il! er) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



12. Resolution accepting gift from Food Advisory Service in the 

amount of $71.00 for use by the San Francisco Commission on the 
Aging for che purchase of equipment. File 38-76-2.1. 
(Commission on the Aging) 

(2-2-76: Supervisor Francois requested in Board that Finance 
Committee reconsider its previous action in denying 
Food Advisory Service equipment allocated by Commission 
on the Aging. ) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



13. Resolution accepting gifts for use by the Recreation and Park 
Department of $450 from the Lakeside Presbyterian Church to 
help defray cost of lighting Mt. Davidson Cross, and a stone 
plaque, valued at approximately $2,500, from the Welcoming 
Committee of Japanese Americans in Central and Northern 
California, to commemorate the visit of the Emperor and Empress 
of Japan. File 38-76-6. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Henry B. Weil, 
as lessor, at 965 Mission Street for the Department of Social 
Services. File 64-76-11. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- February 25, 1976 



15. Ordinance appropriating $43,000, Hetch Hetchy Operating, for 
Moccasin Administration Building, to rehabilitate Central 
Heating System. File 101-75-89. (Controller) 

(Continued from 2/13/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

16. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending 
Sections 703 and 720 thereof, to increase the rate of telephone 
users' tax from 5% to 67o, and to provide that one-sixth of 
revenues collected thereunder be utilized exclusively to 
institute and implement a "911" Emergency Telephone System in 
San Francisco. File 146-76. (Barbagelata) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACTION: Amended, as follows (City Attorney to draft in proper 
form) : 

(a) To exclude lifeline users not only from telephone 
users tax but from the 5% utility users tax; 

(b) To provide that increase in rate of telephone 
users' tax from 5 to 5-l/27 be effective 7-1-76, 
increase from 5-1/2 to 5-3/47= be effective 
7-1-77, and increase from 5-3/4 to 6% be effec- 
tive 7-1-78; 

(c) To provide that not only is a percentage of the 
revenues collected under Section 703 to be used 
to institute, and thereafter implement, a "911" 
emergency telephone system in San Francisco, but 
also for "such supportive services as necessary to 
increase the efficiency of the "911" Emergency 
Telephone System"; and 

(d) To provide that surplus funds generated and not 
used for the "911" Emergency Telephone System 
improvement, by direction of the Board of Super- 
visors, will be directed to the General Fund or 
used to offset the succeeding year's requirement 
to maintain the system; and 

(e) To correct the language providing that one-sixth 
of all revenues collected under the terms of 
Section 703 be used to institute and implement 

the "911" Emergency Telephone System (City Attorney 
to do) . 

Recommended "do pass as amended" for Board meeting of 
March 8, 1976. 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Chief Attorney II, District Attorney's Office. File 31-76-6. 
(District Attorney) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACT I ON : Recommended "do pass" . 

18. Resolution expressing intent to approve budget items in the 
Police Department's annual budget for the subsequent three 
fiscal years for the installation and implementation of a 
reliable computer assisted dispatch system. File 100-76-3. 
(Police Commission) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" for Board meeting of March 8, 1976. 



Finance Committee Calendar 



February 25, 1976 



19. Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 
acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. (Barbagelata, 
Molinari) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 3, 1976 ; to be 
calendared as Item No. 1 thereat. 

His Honor, the Mayor, to be requested to convey to 
the General Services Administration of the State of 
California the City's acute need for the building at 
525 Golden Gate Avenue and to urge the State not to 
move forward to acquire such property until the City 
and County of San Francisco has had an opportunity 
to effectuate a bid for said property. 

20. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and receive 
"Urgent Needs" funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and 
Urban Development. File 68-76-4. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Jim Jacquet of Mayor's Office 
to furnish file with information as to the balance 
of the outstanding loans "Urgent Needs" funds will be 
used to help defray. 

21. Ordinance appropriating $13,056, Board of Supervisors, for 
temporary salaries. File 101-75-97. 

ACTION: Ordinance, prepared in and reported cut of Committee, 
"Appropriating $13,056, Board of Supervisors, for 
temporary salaries," recommended "do pass". 



OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 



22. 



Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling of employments 
be lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 



Health: SFGH 



REQ . NO . POSITION 

E 1550 2230 Physician Specialist 

E 1551 2230 Physician Specialist 

E 1554 2281 Assistant Resident IV 



Health:CMHS E 1552 2230 Physician Specialist 

E 1553 2230 Physician Specialist 

F 51237 2279 Assistant Resident III 

FX 51239 2220 Physician 

F 51240 2230 Physician Specialist 

ACTION: Adopted . 



^ CALENDA R D ° C t>ftC/VTS 

MEETING OF 
^ JOINT FINANCE/LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Board of^SupeTrvisors 
City and County ofjLan Francisco 

Wednesday ,^arch 3, 1976 Room 223, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Mendeiseka, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Mendelsohn) 

1. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 3.17 thereto, establishing a Bureau of the Budget and 
a Budget Committee, and creating the position of Director, 
Bureau of the Budget. File 118-76-2. (von Beroldingen, Feinstein, 
Mendelsohn) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 31, 1976. 

The Budget Committee of the Greater San Francisco 
Chamber of Commerce, through its representative, 
Mr. James M. Edgar, requested to review proposal and 
submit detailed analysis of it. 

Supervisor Feinstein requested to submit her suggested 
proposed amendments in writing for the file so that 
the Committee would have an opportunity to review same 
before the public hearing. 

Other individuals with information to submit requested 
to do so in writing. 



UUCUMENTS 

■S$ C ALE N D A R 



MEETING OF 
-^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 3, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinari for Items 7, 8 9 & 10) 

1. Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 

acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. (Barbagelata, 
Molinari) 

(Continued from 2/25/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 10, 1976. 



Ordinance appropriating $5,487, Social Services, Single Men's 
Rehabilitation Center, for operation and capital improvement; 
rescinding ?5,487 from appropriation for Boarding Homes and 
Institutions. File 101-75-93. (Controller) 

(Continued from 2/25/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



3. Ordinance appropriating $159.22, Art Commission, equipment, and 
$1,500, City Planning, contractual services; rescinding $1,659.22, 
Art Commission and City Planning. File 101-75-98. (Pelosi) 

AfTTIN- Amended by deleting supplemental request of City PLanning 
' Department in amount of $1,500; recommended "do pass as 
amended" . 

4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public 
Utilities Commission, to reflect reallocation of one vacant 
position, Hetch Hetchy Water & Power. File 102-75-72. (Civil 
Service Commission No. 54) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



5. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-6. (City 
Attorney) 

(Evelyn C. Spingola $ 750. 

Marvin Friedman . 1,000.) 

ACTION: Cons ideration continued to Mr.rch 10, 1976 . Clerk directed 

in the future: to calendar such items from the City Attorney's 
Office toward the end of the agenda. 

6. Ordinance authorizing invitation for bids to lease Visitacion 
Valley Community Center. File 65-76-1. (Real Estate) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass " . 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- March 3, 1976 



Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Alfred H. Heredia for $34,000 required for Southeast Water 
Pollution Control Plant. File 470-75-3. (Real Estate) 

(Supervisor Molinari absent:) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



8. Resolution accepting gift from San Francisco Bar Association in 
amount of $111 for San Francisco Pretrial Diversion Project" 
of Adult Probation Department. File 38-76-7. (Feinstein) 

Ar (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

Recommended "do pass" . 



9. Resolution authorizing amendment and extension of lease of real 
property with the 814 Mission Street Company, as lessor, at 
814 Mission Street for use by City Demonstration Agency. 
File 64-76-12. (Real Estate) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass' 



10. Resolution authorizing extension of leases of real property with 
Colonial Management Company, as lessor, at 4S0 McAllister Street, 
Chester Guppy, et al, as lessors, at 3020 Mission Street, and 
James V. Sullivan, et al, as lessors, at 470 Castro Street. for 
use by the FACE Program. File 64-76-13. (Real Estate) 

(Supervisor Molinari absent) 

ACTION: „ J MJ 

Recommended do pass . 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to seek and accept funds from 
the Department of Housing and Urban Development or their sub- 
contractor for the purpose of the continuation of an Economic 
Analysis Unit within the City and County of San Francisco. 
File 68-76-5. (Barbagelata) 

Amended by ADDING further resolved cLause as folLows: 
ACTION: "Further Resolved, That the Economic AnaLysis Unit shall, in 
writing, advise each of its employees that his employment is 
coterminous with the period of the grant"; recommended "do 
pass as amended" . 

12. Resolution requesting Department of Public Health to report on 
implementation of recommendations contained in Budget Analyst's 
report on operations of tha Community Mental Health Services 
Program. File 120-76. (Mendelsohn, von Beroldingen) 

(Continued from 2/13/76.) 

Amended; recommended "do pass as amended" . (For text of 
ACTION: amendments^ see addendum.) 

Ms. Rinna B. Flohr, Deputy County Drug Program Coordinator, 
to present report for file. 

13. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to institute 
a Maternity Package at San Francisco General Hospital. 

File 169-76. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Amended by ADDING on line 6 "prepaid" before "maternity 

package", and ADDING the following further resolved clause: 

Further Resolved, That the program shall be subject to 
review by the Board of Supervisors following one year of 
operation of the program to determine if it is feasible 
for the City to continue the maternity package." Title 
amended to reflect such changes. 
Recommended "do pass as amended" . 



14. Hearing to review total cost of City memberships in various 

organizations, including dues and the sending of delegates to 
conventions and to consider possible termination of said 
memberships . File 512-75. (Molinari) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACTION: Fil ed . Committee to review Budget Analyst report of 
1-12^76 prior to budget hearings. Budget Analyst to 
advise department heads they will be required at budget 
hearings to justify such expenses to the Committee. 

L5. Hearing to evaluate the question of the City and County's maintain- 
ing a residence for the Chief of the Fire Department at 870 Bush 
Street. File 154-76. (Francois) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair pending receipt 
of Budget Analyst report. Budget Analyst to report on the 
day-to-day and annual costs of operation of the Fire Chief 
residence; Supervisor Francois to be supplied with copy 
thereof. 

Mayor to be advised of the Committee's intention to review 
carefully budget requests connected with the Fire Chief 
residence. Mayor to be requested to advise the Committee 
what he proposes as far as future utilization of the building 
is concerned. Fire Commission to advise whoever is appointed 
Chief of the Department that the Board may make changes in 
fiscal responsibilities of operation of Fire Chief residence. 

16. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employments, 
capital improvements and equipment be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee 



REQUISITIONS 




DEPARTMENT 


REQ.NO. 


Fire 


P 5143 
P 5141 
P 5144 
P 5142 
P 5145 
P 5146 & 514 


Public Works 


T 50248 
T 50317 
P 9274 
P 7279 


Fine Arts 


P 67 & 68 
P 74 




T 50099 
T 50101 
T 50103 


Rec & Park 


P 2877 


Public 

Administrator 


P 139 


Civil Service 


P 598 
T 50072 


PUC: Water 


F 4064 
P 4020 
P 4065 
P 4060 
P 4081 
P 3753 & 37 


Airport 


P 645 

P 648 

P 650 & 651 

P 647 

P 561 



POSITION 

H-40 Battalion Chief 
H-30 Captain 
H-30 Captain 
H-20 Lieutenant 
H-20 Lieutenant 
H-4 Inspector 

5210 Sr. Civil Engineer 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1630 Account Clerk 
7454 Signalman 

8226 Museum Guard 
8226 Museum Guard 

8226 Museum Guard (as needed) 

8202 Watchman 

7334 Stationary Engineer " 

1220 Payroll & Personnel Clerk 

1458 Legal Stenographer 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1212 Timeroll Audit Clerk 

5208 Civil Engineer 
1630 Account Clerk 
1630 Account Clerk 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1468 Water Services Clerk 
7514 General Laborer 

9210 Airport Policeman 
9210 Airport Policeman 

9210 Airport Policeman 

9211 Airport Police Sergeant 
2478 Sr. Sewage Treatment 

Chemist 



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March 3, 1976 



Item No. 16 continued 
DEPARTMENT 
Juvenile Court 

Tax Collector 
PH: SFCH 



PUC: Muni 



Social Service:: 
(Food Stamps) 



erratum 
(Medi-Cal) 



REQ. NO. 

T 50108 
T 50109 

T 50777 



POSITION 

9738 Staff Assistant III 
1430 Transcriber Typist 

1404 Clerk (11) 



P 3096 2320 RN 

P 3184 2320 RN 

P 3189 2320 RN 

P 3202 & 3203 2320 RN 
P 3266 thru 

P 3268 2320 RN 



5541 
5547 



P 3982 - 3987 
P 4002 - 4009 
? 4024 - 4027 
P 4040 & 4041 

P 

F 
P 

P 
P 
P 
P 
P 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 
T 



5532 

5536 

5540 

5546 

5551 

5563 

5555 & 5566 

5576 & 5577 

52432 - 52434 

52443 U 52444 

51696 

51698 

51746 

51753 

51755 

51770 

51776 

51807 

51818 

5527 

51813 & 51814 



S102 & S104 Conductor-Motorman 
S102 & S104 Conductor-Motorman 
S102 & S104 Conductor-Motorman 
S102 & S104 Conductor-Motorman 
5533 2903 Eligiblity Worker 



51699 
51748 



- 5177: 



5516 
5573 
51750 
5538 
51640 
B=i##i I 
P 5519 i 
5525 ( 
5539 
5550 
5557 
5559 
52429 
52437 
52440 
51719 
51723 
51741 
51743 
51749 
51759 
51761 
T 51778 
T 51825 
T 52442 
T 52446 
P 5552 
T 51815 



5553 
5520 
5526 



2907 Eligibility Worker Supv. 



1424 
1424 



Clerk Typist 
Clerk Typist 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
2903 Eligibility Worker 

2903 Eligibility WorLer 
2903 Eligibility Worker 



51745 



2905 Sr. Eligibility Worker 
ii 

2907 Eligibility Worker Supv. 
2946 Sr. Eligibility Worker Supv. 
1408 Principal Clerk 



continued 



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March 3, 1976 



Item No. 16 continued 
DEPARTMENT 



REQ. NO. 



Social Services 
(Medi-Cal) 



(AFDC) 



P 5571 

T 51&75 

51765 

51751 

51762 

51799 

5487 

5496 

5501 

5504 

5508 

5466 

5482 

5489 

5570 

5517 

5543 

5574 

5549 



5502 
5505 
5511 

5486 



Controller 



Sheriff 



Airport 



P 1022 
P 1017 
P 1013 



832 

834 

861 

867 

874 - 877 

888 & 889 



T 50040 



Mayor: 
Clearinghouse T 50052 



POSITION 



1424 Clerk Typist 



1430 Transcriber Typist 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
2903 Eligibility Worker 



2905 Sr. Eligibility Worker 

2907 Eligibility Worker Supv. 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 
1430 Transcriber Typist 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 

1650 Accountant 
1650 Accountant 
1630 Account Clerk 

8304 Deputy Sheriff 



7373 Sr. Stationary Engr. Sewage 



9740 Staff Assistant IV 



TX 50091 
E 0019 



9736 Staff Assistant II 
1453 Principal Steno, Mayor 



Mayor 

From Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee Without Recommendation 
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 



Department of Public Works 

Traffic signals (contract) on-and-off ramps of 1-280 
Freeway with Geneva Ave. 
1.674.500.599 

Improvements - Minnesota St., 22nd to Southerly 
Terminus 

4.672.501.000 $ 8,373. 
4.672.502.000 3,800. 

Soils Investigation, Consultants 
Water Pollution Control Program 

Various safety devices - various locations 
5.672.506.000 

Reconstruction of sidewalks - public buildings 
5.672.503.000 

E.I.R. preparations and reviews, plan, processing, 
etc., Water Quality Control 



Chain link fencing (contract) 
Valley Rec. Improvements 
3.447.721.000 



Visitacion 



$ 4,668. 

12,173. 

186,777. 

6,509. 

16,000. 

47,417. 

3,396. 



continued. . . 



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March 3, 1976 



Item No. 16 continued 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS (DPW) continued 

Replace two gangways - Gas House Cove 
3.448.502.648 



$ 7,500. 



Contract to develop 1st phase of Galvez playground 
with field lighting - Galvez and Mendell St., 
Hunters Point Redevelopment Area 
4.447.501.651 564,003. 

SEVERED--(To provide sidewalk bulbing and tree olanting ) 

( 'Protected Neighborhood Program" Inner ) 

( Richmond District ) 

( 4.672.505.000 183,140.) 

To improve frontage area - Dudley Stone School 

3.445.531.610 21,200. 

To construct new divided roadway - Cargo Way between 
3rd and Jennings Sts., including lighting, 
traffic signals and drainage 
3.672.508.685 
3.674.500.563 652,547. 

To install high pressure aux. water supply system 

in Golden Gateway Redevelopment Area 158,878. 

SEVERED-- ( To construct "Muni" Railway passenger platforms ) 

( 4.672.504.000 City Share 16,100.) 

To rechannelize Ocean-Geneva-Phelan intersection 
to construct pedestrian overpass 
3.674.500.624 City Share 
3.674.500.563 " " 165,878. 

To rehabilitate roadway pavement - sections of 
Bay shore Blvd. and 3rd St. 
3.674.500.563 City Share 46,200. 

To rehabilitate roadway pavement - sections of 
Geneva Ave., and 3rd St. 
3.674.500.563 City Share 48,400. 

Plans and specs, to alter Upper Market St., to 

provide bicycle lanes, median islands and sidewalk 

beaut ificat ion 

5.674.516.669 110,000. 

To landscape Geary Blvd. from Baker to Collins 

0.674.500.603 33,260. 

To install new traffic signals, center island 

signals, etc., at various locations 57,500. 

To modify vehicle and pedestrian signal heads, 
various locations 
4.672.522.000 67,369. 

To install bus stop platforms - Polk St. 

5.672.508.000 City Share 7,500. 

To resurface various roadway pavements 

5.684.215.000 177,100. 

To prepare plans, specs, and contract for corrections 
to facilities required by CAL/0S11A and for replace- 
ment and renewal of fences and pavements 
5.448.711.652 
S.F. Zoo - Zoo Revenues 44,945. 

continued . . . 



Finance Committee Calendar -7- March 3. 1976 

Item No. 16 continued 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS (DPW) continued 

To prepare plans, specs, and contract for construc- 
tion of incinerator 
5.448.501.652 
S. F. Zoo - Zoo Revenues $ 39,000. 

To improve Palo Alto Ave. from easterly terminus 
to Twin Peaks Blvd. under assessment procedures 
3.672.502.000 18,800. 

TOTAL $ 2,686,260. 

Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committ ee 

EQUIPMENT 

Public Library Library and Reference Books $ 100,000. 

Rehabilitation of Chinatown and 

Mission Branches 

(Revenue Sharing) 9,047. 



ACT ION : S EVERED AND CONTINUED TO MARCH 17, 1976 : 
Capital Improvements (DPW ) 

To provide sidewalk bulbing and tree planting 
"Protected Neighborhood Program" Inner Rich- 
mond District 

4.672.505.000 $183,140. 

(Supervisor Molinari dissenting) 

To construct "Muni" Railway passenger platforms 
4.672.504.000 City Share $ 16,100. 

(Department to furnish additional information 
for file.) 

MOTION ADOPTED ON REQUISITIONS, EQUIPMENT AND REMAINING 
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ITEMS . 

OFF-CALENDAR ITEM 

17. Motion that freeze on requisitions for filling employment be 
lifted. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) File 358-75. 

DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 

Board of T 50272 Staff Assistant XII, Special 

Supervisors: Project. (Chief Negotiator, 

Employee Relations Employee Relations Department 
Department . 

ACTION: ADOPTED . 

ADDENDUM \ 

Text of amendments to Item No. 12, File 120-76 (Budget Analyst Report, 
CMHS) : 

Page 1, line 15, SUBSTITUTE the following language for Recommenda- 
tion No. 3: 

"Examine the contract with San Francisco Psychiatric Hospital 
and retain a qualified consultant Lo study feasibility and cost 
effectiveness of providing in-patient hospitalization services 
and 24-hour emergency services for Mission patients at San Fran- 
cisco Psychiatric Hospital as opposed to furnishing the same services 
at San Francisco General Hospital and the new San Francisco Medical 
Center"; 



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Text of amendments to Item No. 12, File 120-76, continued... 

Page I, line 26, SUBSTITUTE the following language for 
Recommendat lor. No. 6: 

"Examine and retain a qualified consultant to study the 
feasibility and cost effectiveness of using the five Mental 
Health Advisory Boards to conduct outreach activities"; 

Page 2, line 12, ADD Recommendation No. 9, to read as 
follows: 

"9. Urge the Coordinating Council on Drug Abuse to submit 
to this Board their policies with reference to the conflict 
of interest question'; 

Page 2, line 14, SUBSTITUTE "$1.5 million" for "$1.8 million' 

Clerk to make such other changes as necessary as a result 
of such amendments. 

Recommended "do pass as amended" . 



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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of^upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, J^arch 10, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, £*$£«»&&£8.=j F^aneeis, Molinari, 
Nelder and von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisors Feinstein and Francois) ■ • . 

1. Hearing to review operational problems which have arisen with 
Childcare Initiative Task Force. File 511-75-5. (Nelder) 

ACTION: Hearing held; tabled . 

Clerk of the Board, at his discretion, to provide a 
limited amount of postage and xerox facilities for 
the Task Force. 

Task Force to contact Audrey Owen of the City Planning 
Department to investigate the offer of the department 
made tnrougn Ms. Owen loc use Oj xci'ux idcii.ities and 
translater services for Chinatown meetings that may be 
conducted by the Task Force. 

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CALENDAR 

MEETING OK 
^-FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of^fiupervn.sors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, ^March 10, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:15 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
(Supervisor Molinari absent for all items but 1, 8 and °) 

1. Ordinance appropriating $4,176, Department of Public Health, 

Emergency Medical Services, for contractual services; rescinding 
$4,176, Department of Public Health, Nursing; an emergency 
measure. File 101-75-100. (Controller) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass' 1 . 



Ordinance appropriating $136,000, Controller, for court-ordered 

expenditures. File 101-75-101. (Controller) 

Focommended "do pass" . Public Defender co be request?*! to report to tic 

ACTION: Controller with ccpy to Eoird on costs/hour of private counsel with compari- 
son of cost/hour, including fringe benefits if in-house attorneys were hired 
for such purpose. If cost of in-house counsel lower, Public Defender to st- 
rait rcco-jT.endations for implementation of program of er.change of counsel w/ 

Ordinance appropriating $4,301, Purchasing; $232,299, Water oth?r countlei 

Operating; and $71,110, Hetch Hetchy Operating, for fixed 

charges. File 101-75-102. (Controller) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



4. Ordinance appropriating $1,590, Farmer's Market and $3,040, 
Road Fund, for fixed charges; rescinding $3,040, Road Fund, 
from materials and supplies; an emergency measure. 
File 101-75-103. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $4,000, Board of Supervisors, for 
contractual services; an emergency measure. File 101-75-10- 
(Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



6. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Recreation and Park 
Department property between Museum Way and Stai.es Street, 
Block 2620, Lot 12. File 184-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

7. Ordinance authorizing sale of various surplus property of 
Public Works, Recreation and Park, Water and Fire Departments, 
located in San Francisco County and San Mateo County. 

File 185-76. (Real Estate) 

(Parcel 1 - Portions of Lots 62 and 63, Block 5377; 

Parcel 2 - Lot 21, Block 3555; 

Parcel 3 - Portion of Lot 64 and Lot 65, Block 5377; 

Parcel 4 - Lot 39, Block 6117, and Lot 11, Block 6118; 

Parcel 5 - Portion of Lot 46, Block 7173, and San Mateo 

County Parcel 093-241-010; 

Parcel 6 - San Mateo County Parcel 093-240-010; 

Parcel 7 - Lot 67, Block 5369; 

Parcel 8 - Lot 45, Block 6076.) 

ACTION: P ecommerided "do p^ss" . 



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8. Hearing to determine appropriate Board action on possible City 
acquisition of 525 Golden Gate Avenue. File 134-76. 
(Barbagelata, Molinari) 

(Continued from 3/3/76.) 

Resolution, prepared in and reported out by Committee (to be drafted by C.A.) 

ACTION: rec ommended "do pass" : "Urging the CAO to seel: the formation of a non-profit 
corporation for purpose of acquisition of property, and declaring intention 
to utilize monies sot aside for Performing Arts Ctr, if not used for Ctr, as 
veil as funds fro.n sale of surplus pi operty, subject to Board approval, to 
pay off said bonis.' 1 

9. Ordinance 'amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
amending Sections 21.47, 21.48, 21.49, 21.50, 21.51 and 21.52 
thereof, relating to providing of uniforms and related articles 
to employees in certain classifications in Emergency Medical 
Service, Department of Public Health. File 206-75. (Feinstein) 

ACTION* Ccinsid-.-r.-ti on coi.:ivM'cd to Call of the Chair . Mayor to be advised of 
the Board's lo n;?tanding commitment to furnish uniforms for Emergency 
Medical Service employees, and to be urged to give his favorable considera- 
tion to approving supplemental appropriation rcjuest for this purpose and 
i t cm i n budc^t. 
10. Resolution authorizing the General Manager of Public Utilities 

to execute the required documents and take other necessary 
actions to obtain Transit Aid Funds. File 186-76. (Public 
Utilities Commission) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Crdir.ance, 1975-76, Tubli^ 
Utilities Commission, Hetch Hetchy Water & Power, to reflect 
reallocation of vacant position. File 102-75-13. (Civi] 
Service Commission No. 17) 

(Calendared for purposes of tabling action; superseded 
by Civil Service Commission Salary Ordinance Amendment 
No. 54 (File 102-75-72), recommended to the full Board 
by Finance Committee on 3/3/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



12. Hearing to investigate City's allegedly deficient bookkeeping 
procedures and related matters, as outlined in a latter from 
Main Lafrentz & Company. File 95-76-1. (Kopp, Molinari) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of tho Chair . Controller to arrange 
informal meeting between himself, individual members of the Committee 
and members of the Main Lafrentz firm to discuss their examination of 
financial statements of City c< Co. (Controller's Audit). 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-6. (City 
Attorney) 

(Evelyn C. Spingola $ 750. 

Marvin Friedman 1,000.) 

(Continued from 3/3/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended; combined with File 45-76-7 . 



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14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-7. 
(City Attorney) 

(Sharon Jolene Larimore $ 500. 

Ming Wei Ying 300.) 

ACTION: File 45-76-6 combined herewith . Ordinance combining authoriza- 
tion of settlement of Litigation prepared in Committee; 
recommended "do pass" . 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-76-3. (City Attorney) 

(Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co. $ 1,098.87 
Neil Shooter Company 4,876.08) 

ACTION: Combining resolution prepared. Recommended "do pass" . 



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MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 






Wednesday, March 17, 1976 Rocin 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors B*ebaga3=*fe&, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Barbagelata) 

1. Ordinance appropriating $35,828, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Centers, for operation, equipment, fixed charges, perman- 
ent salaries, wages, related mandatory fringe benefits, realloca- 
tion and refunding of two positions; rescinding $43,112 from 
various appropriations, various Community Mental Health Centers, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-99. (Controller) 



ACTION: Appropriation for Sunset Mental Health Center, operating 
expense for Children's Daj 7 Treatment Center (p. 2, lines 
5-12), in the total amount of $5,233, and appropriation 
for the Mission Mental Health Center, to supplement 
monies previously appropriated for establishment of a 
Children's Outpatient Services Unit in the Mission catch- 
ment area (p. 2. lines 15-16). in the total amount of 
$9,140, SEVERED AND CONTINUED TO 3-31-76 . (File 101-75-99.1) 

Remaining appropriations amended as follows: 

P. 2, line 2, total appropriation of $2,470 for 
CMHS Administration, contractual services, for installation 
and maintenance of telephone services at Bayview Mental 
Health Center REDUCED by $345; 

P. 2, lines 3-4, appropriation in amount of $9,335 for 
San Francisco General Hospital Psychiatric Service 
DELETED ; 

P. 2, lines 17-20, appropriation in amount of $3,993 
for Northeast Mental Health Center for permanent salaries 
REDUCED by $777, based on the remaining pay periods of 
this fiscal year. 

RECOMMENDED "DO PASS AS AMENDED". 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Department; 
of Public Health, Bureau of Alcoholism, reflecting restoration 
of funds for one position and deletion of funds for one position, 
Bureau of Alcoholism; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-73. (Civil Service Commission No. 84) 

Recommended "do pass" . Controller, as Chairman of Mayor's 
ACTION: Fiscal Policy Committee to be advised, in writing, that 

Finance Committee recommends release of attendant requisi- 
tion. 

Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public Health, 
to reflect reallocation of one vacant position, Northeast Mental 
Health Center; a companion measure to Item No. 1 above. 
File 102-75-76. (Civil Service Commission No. 83) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



4. Ordinance appropriating $2,625,000 for land acquisition and recon- 
struction and replacement, Recreation and Park Department, Open 
Space Acquisition Division. File 101-75-L05. (Controller) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" 



Ordinance appropriating $4,097, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 
for permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits for 
reclassification of one position, Center of Asian Art and Culture; 
rescinding $3,673 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-75-106. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Controller, as Chairman of Mayor's 
Fiscal Policy CommitTee to be advised, in writing, that 
Finance Committee recommends release of attendant requisi- 
tion. 
Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, reflecting 
the establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
and reallocation of one position, de Young Museum, Center of Asian 
Art and Culture; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-64. (Civil Service Commission No. 33) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



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7. Ordinance appropriating $46,440, Sheriff's Office, for operation 
(Allan and Graham Trial); an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-107. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Board of 
Supervisors, by establishing new salary ordinance section and 
reallocating three positions, Employee Relations Division, and 
deleting three positions, Chief Administrative Officer, 
Employee Relations Division. File 102-75-77. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 77) 

(No companion appropriation ordinance required per advice 
of Clerk of the Board; funds are being transferred from 
the Chief Administrative Officer to Board of Supervisors.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



9. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
amending Section 1.10 thereof, to increase inspection fees of 
agricultural products. File 198-76. (Department of Agriculture 
and Weights and Measures) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 24, 1976. 



10. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Evelyn Alice Pickerrell for $41,200 (Elock 5304, Lot 2) and from 
J. C. Coleman for $26,500 (Block 5313, Lot 8) for the expansion 
of the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. File 470-75-4. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



11. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property in 
Tuolumne County, California, from Eleanor Hughes for $16,500, 
required for sewage disposal spray field for Hetch Hetchy Project. 
File 199-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Hearing to consider report on revenues and accounts recaivable at 
San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director on audit 
report of hospital by Main Lafrentz & Company. -File 123-76. 

(von Beroldingen) 

(Continued from 2/18/76.) 

Progress Report on Hospital Management Consulting Contract: 

ACTION: SF Controller #50550, prepared by Hospital Planning Associates, 
dated 3--17-76 and presented to Committee by Mr. Quigley noted 
and ordered filed; consideration of matter at issue continued 
to 4-14-76 . 

13. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Chief Attorney II, City Attorney's Office f =e££e©fcfe\^=M*=i?efe=3:;==k9£6. 
File 31-76-7. (City Attorney) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- March 17, 1976 



14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 

plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-8. (City 
Attorney) 

(Leslie L. Campi $ 15,000. 

DeNarde Construction Co. 8,000. 

Michael Stuart 400.) 

ACTION: Combining ordinance prepared; recommended "do pass" . 



15. Resolution authorizing compromise of unlitigated claim of the 
United States Department of the Army by payment of $536.25. 
File 48-76-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : Recommended "do pass". 



16. Application of Sophia Coffey, et al, for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County. File 50-76-3. 

Resolution prepared in Committee: "Granting application of 
ACTION: Sophia Coffey for leave to present late claim . To Board 

without recommendation . Attorney for applicant to present 

affidavit of claimant for file; City Attorney to follow-up 

with a recommendation for file. 
Motion that freeze on capital improvements, equipment and 
requisitions be lifted. File 358-75. (Mayor s Fiscal Policy 
Committee) 



17. 



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 

From Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee Without Recommendation 

Department of Public Works 

To provide sidewalk bulbing and tree planting, 
"Protected Neighborhood Program" Inner 
Richmond District 
4.672.505.000 $ 183,140.* 

To construct "Muni" Railway passenger platforms 

4.672.504.000 City Share 16,100.* 

(*Continued from 3/3/76.) 

Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee 

Water Department 

Improvements to Shop Facilities 

4.745.512.000 74,000. 

EQUIPMENT 

Recommendations of Mayer's Fiscal Policy Committee 
Hetc'n Hetchy 

Submersible Pump . 450. 

( a )( District Attorney ) 

(Child Support Division 15,739. ) 

continued . . . 



Finance Committee Calendar 



March 17, 1976 



Item No. 17 continued: 



(b) 



Public Health 

>New Hospital Equipment 

Library and Reference Books 
Toxicology - Chemical Lab 
Microbiology Lab 

Equipment for Jail Medical Program 

Equipment for Microbiology Lab 
(Control of viral diseases) 



$ 351,955.) 



321. 
240. 

3,942. 
44,470. 



REQUISITIONS 
Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee 
DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 



Public Works 

erratum P9283&4 



Health: SFGK 
Health Service 



SEVERED CAssessc 

Police 



Juvenile Court 



PUC : HHW&P 



PUC: Water 



SEVERED 



Registrar 
Retirement 

^Rec & Park 

(_ 

Electricity 



p 


9286 & 7 


¥= 


=9*3^=^5 


T 


50593 


T 


50595 


P 


3270 


T> 


27 


P 


29 


T 


50020 


T 


50021 


P 


4576 


P 


4589 


P 


455 - 57 


P 


448 


P 


488 


P 


490 


P 


3998 


T 


53886 


T 


53986 


T 


43492 


P 


3937 


T 


54101 


T 


54051 


P 


3926 


T 


54019 


P 


4086 


P 


4053 


P 


4073 


P 


4052 


P 


408 7 


T 


54118 


T 


53931 


T 


50031 


T 


50059 


T 


50058 


T 


50054 


P 


2870 


T 


50166 


T 


50168 


T 


50015 



7372 Stationary Engr., Sewage 
6331 Buildinc Inspector 

7422 Cribber 

7423 Cribber Sub-Foreman 
7335 Sr. Stationary Engr. 
8170 Medical Claims Supv. 
8168 Medical Claims Asst.Supv. 

1204 Sr. Personnel Clerk ) 
1458 Legal Stenographer ) 

1710 Chief Telephone Operator 

1706 Telephone Operator 

8415 Sr. Supv. Probation Officer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

8320 Counselor 

8324 Supv. Counselor 

5240 Electrical Engineer 
5240 Electrical Engineer 
5240 Electrical Engineer 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1426 Senior Clerk Typist 

1720 Keypunch Operator 
1872 Programmer Analyst 
7353 Water Meter Repairman 
1630 Account Clerk 
52A0 Asst. Civil Engineer 
1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 
1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 
7332 Maintenance Machinist 
5252 Asst. Mechanical. Engineer 
1220 Payroll •& Personnel Clerk 
7313 Automotive Machinist 

1404 Clerk 



1654 
1424 
1202 

1424 

7334 
7334 
8234 



Principal Accountant 
Clerk Typist 
Personnel Clerk 

Clerk Typist ) 
Stationary Engineer ) 
Stationary Engine er ) 
Fire Alarm Dispatcher 



continued 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-5- 



March 17, 1976 



Item No. 17 continued: 
County Clerk 



Airport 



Purchasing 

Civil Service 

Commission on 
Aging 

Municipal Court 

Mayor 

Controller 



Controller: EDP 
Superior Court 



P 354 
P 355 
T 50403 
T 50404 & 

P 639 
P 600 
T 50044 

P 1148 
T 40135 



50075 

50025 
50021 
50032 
985 - 



97 



T 50092 & 93 

P 1008 & 9 

P 1018 

P 1019 

P 1020 

P 1023 

T 55124 & 5 
E 0089 



4320 Cashier I 
B 160 Law Clerk 
1424 Clerk Typist 
B 152 Courtroom Clerk 

1652 Senior Accountant 

1650 Accountant 

1220 Payroll & Personnel Clerk 

7254 Automotive Machinist Foreman 
7313 Automotive Machinist 

1240 Asst. Personnel Analyst 
1634 Principal Account Clerk 
1430 Transcriber Typist 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 

280, 320, 330 Deputy Clerk 

9740 Staff Assistant V 

1630 Account Clerk 
1650 Accountant 
1654 Principal Accountant 
1654 Principal Accountant 
1650 Accountant 

1872 Programmer Analyst 

635 Asst. Court Commissioner 



ACTION: (a) 



District Attorney', Child Support 
Division Equipment 



$15,739. 



Allocation for automobile in the amount of 
$6,800, and allocation for three desk lamps 
REFUSED ; allocation for dictating machine 
and typewriter APPROVED IF REDUCED to that 
amount determined by the Budget Analyst* as 
having been approved by the Committee in the 
current budget: remaining allocations for 
equipment APPROVED . 

*Budget Analyst reports amount for typewriter = 
$641; amount for dictating machine = $405. 

(b) Public Health - New Hospital 

Equipment $351, 955 . 

Allocation for two overstuffed chairs R EDUCED 
from $900 to $300; allocation for two, four- 
person overstuffed settees R EDUCED from $1,000 
to $500; allocation for twenty children's chairs 
REDUCED fron $1180 to $600; one tape recorder 
APPROVED rather than three at a cost of $450; 
allocation of $6,000 for one revolving stand 
REFUSED ; allocations for dictating machines, 
typewriters and calculators APPROVED IF REDUCED 
to that amount determined by the Budget Analyst 
as having been approved by the Committee in the 
current budget; remaining allocations for equip- 
ment APPROVED . 

(c) Requisitions for Assessor's office and Recreation 
and Park Department SEVERED ACT CONTINUED TO 
3-24-76 . 

MOTION A D OPTED TO LIFT FREEZE ON ALL ITEMS OF CAPITA L 
THPRPVrMi-AT, EQUIPMENT AND REQUISITIONS WITH EXCEPTIONS 
AND MODIFICATIONS SPECIFIED ABOVE. 



Finance Committee Calendar 



.6. 



March 17, 1976 



OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 



18. 



Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. 
(Control ler) 



File 358-75. 



DEPARTMENT 



Health:SFGH 



Public 
Defender 



District 
Attorney 



REQ. NO. 

E 1556 

E 1557 

E 1558 

E 1559 

E 1560 

E 1561 

E 1562 

E 0107 
E 0108 
F 50071 

E 0321 

F 50047 



POSITION 



2230 Physician Specialist 
2273 Interne 

2275 Asst. Resident I 

2277 Asst. Resident II 

2279 Asst. Resident III 

2281 Asst. Resident IV 
2283 Chief Resident 

8178 Senior Attorney 
8176 Trial Attorney 
8174 Attorney 

1520 Confidential Secretary 

to District Attorney 
8178 Senior Attorney 



ACTION: ADOPTED. 



CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ March 24, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

(Supervisor Molinari absent for action on Item No. 7) 

1. Ordinance authorizing execution of Joint Exercise of Powers Agree- 
ment for a study of land use in and adjacent to San Francisco 
International Airport. File 27-76-1. (Airports Commission) 

(Continued from 2/25/76.) 

ACTION : To Board for meeting of 4-5-76 with recommendation "do not 
pass"; Supervisor Barbagelata dissenting. 

2. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Clerk of the Municipal Court. File 31-76-8. (Municipal Court) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



3. Ordinance appropriating $8,356, Department of Electricity, 

pursuant to Section 6.306 of the Charter; rescinding $8,356 from 
appropriation for reserve overhead; an emergency measure. 
File 101-75-113. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by amend- 
ing Section 1.10 thereof, to increase inspection fees of agricul- 
tural products. File 198-76. (Dept. of Agriculture and Weights 
and Measures) 

(Continued from 3/17/76.) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
amending Section 9A.7 thereof, increasing fees at the Farmers 1 
Market. File 215-76. (Dept. of Agriculture and Weights and 
Measures) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Class 7334 Stationary Engineer, California Academy of Sciences, 
File 31-76-9. (California Academy of Sciences) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Resolution accepting gift from the Crown Zellerbach Foundation 
of 200 redwood trees, valued at approximately $1,448, for use 
by the Recreation and Park Department, to be planted at Park 
Presidio Boulevard. File 38-76-9. (Recreation and Park) 

(Supervisor Molinari absent.) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Commit Lee Calendar -2- March 24, 1976 



Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Carl R. 
McConnell and Leah F. McConnell, as lessors, for space at 
1212 Market Street, for use by the Department of City Planning. 
File 64-76-14. (Real Estate) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



9. Resolution authorizing sublease of real property with 

San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, as sublessor, for space 
at 939 Ellis Street for use by the Mayor's Office of Community 
Development. File 64-76-15. (Real Estate) 
.„ TTn To Eoard vitho'it reco-r-^endation for Board neettnt; of 4-5-76; 

Supervisor Molinari dissenting . Real Estate Department to work 
out compromise arrangement on square footage that uould be 
satisfactory to Committee. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $750, Adult Probation, and $925, 
Treasurer's Office, for contractual services and equipment; 
rescinding $925 from contractual services, Treasurer's Office, 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-110. (Controller) 

Source of funding for Adult Probation appropriation amended to reflect $50 
ACTION: rescission from Maintenance & Repair of Other Equipment a/c and $100 rescis- 
sion from Stationery & Office Supplies a/c (Work Furlough Unit), reducing 
ad valorem funding requirement to $600; rec orr.ended "do pass as amend ed" . 

11. Resolution approving temporary loan requisition No. 26 and 
Certificate of Cash Needs under loan and grant contract 

No. UR Calif. 2-1 (LG) for Project No. UR Calif. 2-1, Diamond 
Heights. File 70-76-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Ordinance appropriating $300, Art Commission; $20,280, Public 
Works; and $29,508, Public Health, for operation; rescinding 
$49,788 from various appropriations. File 101-75-109. 
(Controller) 

Public Health appropriation of $29,508 severed w/cons Iderat ion co ntinued 
ACTION: to 4-7-76 . (File 101-75-109.1) Detailed explanation of repair costs to be 
requested from Central Shops. 

Remaining ordinance amended by substituting 1975-76 Municipal Symphony 
ConeertS-a/c as source of , funding for Art Com~j,ssion approt). rather than ad 
valorem funds; recommended c.c pass as amanaed . 

13. Resolution accepting gitt o± $3,2uu rroSTThlTTalifornia Arts 
Council for use by the Art Commission for the Bicentennial 
Theatre Project. File 38-76-8. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply 
for and accept funds from the State of California, Department 
of Health, for public health nursing services to seniors. 
File 196-76-1. (Public Health) 



ACTION: Tabled , 



15. Ordinance appropriating $22,000, Police Department, for temporary 
salaries, Police Cadets, pursuant to Section 6.306 of the Charter; 
rescinding $22,000 from appropriation for grant matching fund; 
an emergency measure. File 101-75-112. (Controller) 

ACTION: Amended by reducing temporary salaries by $835 but recommending 

the total rescission of $22,000 from appropriation for grant matching 
fund. I.ecoiiim ended "do pacs as amended" . 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-3- 



March 24, 1976 



16. Ordinance appropriating $91,100, Social Services, for operation, 
equipment, permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for 
creation of 17 positions for Child Support staffing. 

File 101-75-108. (Controller) 

Amended by deleting travel expense of $100, reducing recurrent phone expense 

ACTION: by $180; reducing postage expense by $1,000: reducing rental of office equip- 
ment by $700; and deleting cost of 3 desk chairs. Committee strongly 
recommended to department that it terminate its lease on its office copy 
machine. Recnrr't<»nded "do pass as . -men ded" . 

17. Ordinance amending Annual~Salary "Ordinance, 1975-76, Social 
Services, reflecting extension of funding of eight previously 
classified positions for the balance of the current fiscal year, 
and the classification of nine new positions; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-75. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 78) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



18. Ordinance amending Part III of the San Francisco Municipal Code, 
by amending Section 807 thereof, to provide for exemption of 
$5.01 or less from Stadium Operator Admission Tax. File 202-76. 
(Mendelsohn, Francois) 

Consideration continued to 4-7-76 . Recreation & Park Commission to be 
ACTION: requested to review proposal and submit to the Committee by said meeting 
date its advice as to whether or not Commission supports the proposal. 
Bvdget Analyst, in conjunction w/Controller, to report to Committee on 
their reassessment of projected deficits anticipated by passage of measure 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-9. 
(City Attorney) 

(Alton Associates Corporation - 

Information Management Internation $16,000. 

Clarence Barkely , 250. 

Stephen N. Irwin 400. 

Kathleen and Karen Kovach 750. 

Raymond Hogan 500.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 3-31-76. 



20. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
the City and County of San Francisco against John E. Griffin 
and Mario Brunner by accepting the sum of $1,333.66. 
File 49-76-2. (City Attorney) 



ACTION: 



Consideration continued to 3-31-76. 



and equipment 
21. Motion that freeze on requisitions /be lifted. File 358-75. 

Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy "Committee 



DEPARTMENT 

* Assessor 

* Rec & Park 



REQ. NO . 

T 50020 
T 50021 

P 2870 
T 50166 
T 50168 



POSITI ON 

'1204 Sr. Personnel Clerk 
1458 Legal Stenographer 

1424 Clerk Typist 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

7334 Stationary Engineer 



(Continued from 3/17/76.) 



(continued) 



Finance Committee Calendar 



March 24, 1976 



DEPARTMENT 

Social Services: 
Food Stamps 



Medi-Cal. 



A.F.D.C. 



KEQ. NO . 



51839 
51845 
51868 

5582 

51840 
51841 
51855 
51844 
51858 

5512 

5523 

5524 

5578 

51605 

51634 

51646 

51650 

51654 

51658 

51670 

51673 

51676 

51681 

51686 



P 5331 
P 5457 
P 5491 
P 5513 
P 5534 
P 5545 

P 5499 
P 5567 
P 5568 
T 51648 
T 51775 
T 51847 



POSITION 



2903 Eligibility Worker 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 

2903 Eligibility Worker 



1424 Clerk Typist 
1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

2903 Eligibility Worker 



2905 Sr. Eligibilit 



Worker 



2907 Eligibility Wkr. Supv. 



P 5521 
P 5581 

P 5562 
P 5583 

P 5481 

P 5528 
P 5530 
P 5548 
P 5579 
erratum T51820 =¥=54£#£ 
" T 51821 
T 51822 
T 51843 



1426 

II 


Sr. Clerk Typist 

II H 


2940 

II 


Child Welfare Worker 


2942 


Sr. Child Welfare Wkr. 


1426 


Sr. Clerk Typist 



(continued) 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-5- 



March 24, 1976 



DEPARTMENT 



REQ. NO . 



Social Services: 
Accounting 


P 
P 
P 


5555 
5572 
5575 




P 
P 


5580 
5498 


Admin, and Mgmt . 

erratum 


P 
P 
P 
P 
P 


5178 
5561 
5560 
5564 
5554 


Admin., Clerical 
Support 


T 
T 


51631 
51653 




P 
P 
P 


5463 
5467 
5472 




T 
T 


51754 
51812 




P 


5584 




T 


51811 


Public Health: 
Lagnna Honda 


p 
P 


1497 
1498 


City Planning 


T 
T 
T 


50050 

50049 
50048 




T 
T 


50052 
50053 


Public Works : 
Water Pollution 


P 
P 
P 
T 
T 
T 
T 


9241 

9242 

9276 

50600 

50601 

50658 

50685 



Mayor's Office 

Juvenile Court: 
(Basic Skills Prog.) 

SEVERED ( Board of Supervisors: 
( Budget Div. erratum 



P 277 



T 50106 



POSITION 



1630 Account Clerk 



1650 Accountant 
1652 Sr. Accountant 

1822 Admin. Analyst 
1823 4324 Sr. Admin. Analyst 
1842 Management Asst. 
2950 Soc. Serv. Div. Supv. 
1450 Prin. Clerk Stenographer 

1404 Clerk (P.T.) 
1404 Clerk (P.T.) 

1424 Clerk Typist 



y i; J 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1444 Clerk Stenographer 
1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

2112 Medical Record Tech. 



9740 Staff Asst, I 
9738 Staff Asst. Ill 
9736 Staff Asst. II 

5412 Planning Coordinator 



1444 Clerk Stenographer 
ii ii n 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 
1424 Clerk Typist 
5252 Asst. Mec.h. Engineer 
6106 Sanitary Engineer Tech. 
5344 Mech. Engr. Asst. II 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 



8440 Probation Officer 



District Attorney 



) 
£=233= p 199 . 1444 Clerk Stenographer ) 

EQUIPMENT 
Library and Reference Books $3,600 



ACTION: Requisition for Board of Supervisors: Budget Division (P 199, 
1444 Clerk Stenographer) severed and approved ; motion to 
lift freeze on requisition adopted. 

Consideration of remaining requisitions and equipment item 
continued to recessed meeting of Committee on March 25, 1976 . 
at 3:00 p.m., in Legislative Chambers of Board . 



Z±ty~ Librarian— 
Public Library 
"ivic Center 



CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Thursday, March 25, 1976 
Present 



Legislative Chambers 
City Hall - 3:00 p.m. 



Second Floor, 



Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, v©R=&er&fcd3=ftges 
(Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen) 



Motion that freeze on requisitions and equipment be lifted. 
File 358-75. (Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

Recommendations of Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee 



DEPARTMENT 
*Assessor 

*Rec & Park 



REQ.NO. 

T 50020 
T 50021 

«=5Qlfe6 
1=50168 



POSITION 

1204 Sr. Personnel Clerk 
1458 Legal Stenographer 

1424=.G_eKk=2>pis£ 
2334=Stafci©eg£iii=£Bgiaees? 



(* Continued from March 17, 1976) 

Social Se:"vices: 

Food Stamps T 51839 

T 51845 

T 51868 



Medi-Cnl 



A.F.D.C, 



P 5582 
T 51840 
T 51841 
T 51855 
T 51644 
T 51858 

P=§§£2 

2=5£23 

E=55=4 

E=SI3S 

S=516Q§ 

S=5i634 

S=5i646 

T~§i6§4 
E=546§8 

¥=§i6Si 

B=§33t= 

E=S4S2 

1=5431 

E=S2±= 

E=553i 

E=S545 

1=5488 

R=55a= 

E=55&& 

==51648 

T=5 LZ-ZS 

E=5S2U 
E=5^81= 



2903 Eligibility Worker 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 

2903 Eligibility Worker 



1424 Clerk Typist 
1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

§9QS=R%5gip£x3 : fc9=Wei : kei= 



£9g&=Se==EiEgsfeiiiey=«©ekej 



=9Q2=E=igifcili=.==Wk-E==£up» . 



142&=Se^=eietfe=Sypi*fc 



continued 



Item No. 1 continued: 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 


Social Services 


A.F.D.C. 


=£=5=S4i 




=E =5=583= 




=£=^4&t 




=B= =5=5=28= 




=£==5=5=3=0. 




=#==5548= 




=P==5=5=7=9= 




=T==5=18=2=# 




=>=5=1#2==1= 




=T-=5=1==82=2= 




=> =50=84=3= 


Accounting 


=p= -5-5-5-5-= 




=P==5§=7=2= 




=P==5=5=7=5= 




=P==5=5S# 


* 


=£==5498= 


Admin. & 


=P= =5=1=78= 


Mgmt . 


=P= =5=56=1= 




=£==5=3=6=8= 




=^=5564, 




=&=5=5=54= 


Admin. , Clerical 


Support 


==T==5=1=6=3=1f 




=3===5=16=5=3= 




=P= =5=46=3= 




=P==546=7= 




=P==54=?=2= 




=>=50==7=34 




=gp==5=t8=i=2= 




=¥==5=5=84== 




=£==#=]=33=1= 


Health: 




Laguna Honda 


=F===14=9=7= 




=^=y^e= 


City Planning 


T 50050 




T 50049 




T 50048 




T 50052 




T 50053 


Public Works : 




Water Pollu- 


P 9241 


tion 


P 9242 




P 9276 




T 50600 




T 50601 




T 50658 




T 50685 


Mayor 


P 277 


Juvenile Crt: 




(Basic Skills 




Program) 


T 50106 



POSITION 



=2=94=0 =efcfeki===y=e=fcfe¥e===W=<M=4««= 

=2=94=2= =S=¥= ; ==G}a=fcki4tetf*¥e==W«ei^¥= 
=t£2=fc==S^===fel=«^=T==yt*i==^ 



=1#3#= 



==G-li?-rk 



=t6==5=0=-AcctH±i+fcittTe= 

=t&5=2==Sr.=-Aeei3wri=t=a=fft= 

=l=8#2=====A=<=hfri=rF.====^>^ 

=1=8=2=3= =S=F= .= ==fVd J .H\H+ .= ==&=[=f==f=l===S=t" 

=184=2= = ^Idnj r gG TBg=R=&==4=s=s#=. 
=2==9=5=©====3*^=====5=®=i^===*^^ 
=14=5=0= ==E=&i=»;===G=]=e=!^==S=fce=^^ 

=14G4==&]='===r4===(=P=.==I=.=)= 
=1464===G=h==F4==(*=.==I==.=>= 
=1424==G=l=e=F4==T==y=p=-i=s=^ 



=14=2=6= ==S¥=.===G=l=e=ri===T==n«r=s=t= 

=1=444 ^h>^=&t=ermg>?a&*&¥- 
=1446= ==S==£==.===G=^=e=ri^=S=fee-L=t^g^= L a=p4=Fe=r 



=2=l=l=2==Med=feja=l== 



==T==e=e=h=. 



9740 Staff Asst. • €= IV 
9738 Staff Asst. Ill 
9736 Staff Asst. II 
5412 Planning Coordinator 



1444 Clerk Stenographer 
it 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 
1424 Clerk Typist 
5252 Asst. Mech. Engineer 
6106 Sanitary Engineer Tech. 
5344 Mech. Engr. Asst. II 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 



8440 Probation Officer 



E QUIPMENT 

District Attorney Library and Reference Books 
(Continued from 3/24/76.) 



$3,600. 



ACTION: Lift of freeze on requisitions for Recreation and Park 
Department, Social Services Department (A.F.D.C, 
Accounting, Administration & Management, Administration - 
Clerical Support), and Health Department (Laguna Honda) 
REFUSED . 

Motion to lift freeze on remaining requisitions for 
Assessor, Social Services Department (Food Stamp and Medi- 
Cal Programs), City Planning, Public Works (Water Pollution), 
Mayor and Juvenile Court (Basic Skills Program), and 
• • equipment for District Attorney ADOPTED . 



PAR 

DUCU&IENTS 

MEETING OF 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

MrK ( l3/c 
Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco aAg fsa.hcisco 

Wednesday. March 31. 1976 Room 228, City Hal] - 1:00 p.m. 
*0> 

Prescr.t : Supervisors Barbagelata, Molir.ari, von Beroldingen 

(Supervisor Molinari absent for Items 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8) 

1. Ordinance appropriating $14,373 for operation, equipment and 
fixed charges; rescinding $10,000, Medical Service and Care, 
various community mental health centers, Department of Public- 
Health. Tile 101-75-99.1. 

(Continued from 3/17/76.) 

ACTION: Con sideration continued to April 7, 1976 at request 
of department . 

2. Ordinance appropriating $10,000, Police, for differential pay - 
uniformed force, and $18,000, Board of Siapervisors, for audit of 
Controller's books; rescinding $10,000 from various appropriations, 
Police; an emergency measure. File 101-75-114. (Controller) 

ACTION: Rec ommended "do pass" . 



3. Ordinance appropriating $1,000, Fine Arts Museums' of San Francisco, 
for Change Fund, Admissions. File 101-75-115. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "dc pass". 



4. Ordinance appropriating $6,150, Real Estate, for fixed charges, 
Civic Auditorium; an emergency measure. File 101-75-118. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pa ss". 



5. Ordinance appropriating $11,170 ($9,000 Sheriff; $2,170 Coroner) 
for temporary salaries - Keepers, and maintenance and repair of 
automotive equipment; rescinding $2,170 from appropriation for 
temporary salaries, Coroner; an emergency ordinance. 

File 101-75-119. (Controller) 

Recommended "do pass ". Undersherif f requested to present for 
ACTION: file information on whether or not the replacement of an engine 

for the Sheriff's 12-passenger Chevy Van is covered by 

warranty. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $1,618, Department of City Planning, 

for contractual services and fixed charges; an emergency ordinance. 
File 101-75-120. (Controller) 

Amended by reducing appropriation for rent by $375, and 
ACTION: rescinding $200 from Services of- Other Departments account, 

thereby reducing ad valorem requirement. Recommended 

"do pass as amended" . 

7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
1130 Chief Deputy Registrar of Voters, Department of Finance 

and Records. File 31-76-10. (Department of Finance and Records) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Mayor to be requested to submit 
his comments and recommendations on the Registrar of 
Voters-Recorder position in view of the fact that the 
Civil Service Commission has reportedly reviewed the 
job specifications therefor and has voted against change 
thereof. 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- March 31 1976 



t 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0140 Chief of Fire Department. File 31-76-11. (Fire Commission) 

ACT ION : Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance authorising settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-9.» 
(City Attorney) 

(Alton Associates Corporation - 

Information Management International $16,000. 

Clarence Barkely 250. 

Stephen N. Irwin 400. 

Kathleen and Karen Kovach 750. 

Raymond Hcgan 500.) 

(Continued from 3/24/76.) 

ACTION: Combining ordinance prepared; recommended "do pass' 



10. Resolution authorizing coirm r " r >mieo and settlement of claim of 
the City and County of San Francisco against John E. Griffin. 
File 49-7C-2. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 3/24/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-10. 
(City Attorney) 

(John J. and Rita M. Casey $ 3,000. 

Mur ia 1 Mauerhan 3 , 000 . ) 

ACTION: Question divided . Settlement of litigation of John J. 

Casey and Rita M. Casey recommended "do pa ss"; Supervisor 
Holinari excused from voting because of possible conflict 
of interest as an individual bearing the name of John J. 
Casey does business with his company. 

Settlement of litig ation of Muriel Mauerhan separated 
into File 45-76-10.1 ; all material pertaining thereto 
removed to said File 45-76-10.1. ■ Recommended "do pass" . 



OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 



12. Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

POSITION 



File 358-75. 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ. NO. 


Juvenile Court 


T 


50131 


Library 


P 


1707 


PH:CMHS 


F 
F 


51242 
51241 


^(PHiCMHS 
(_ 


E 
E 


1566 
1565 


( 2 ) (Dist. Attorney 
(_ 


E 
E 


0230 
0235 


w) (Registrar 


T 


50035 


Mayor, Economic 
Analysis 


T 
T 
T 


50100 
50101 
50102 & 3 


(4) , 

' (Commission on 

( Aging 


T 


50025 


' ■'(Municipal RR 


P 


3890 & 1 



7334 Stationary Engineer 

3630 Librarian I 

2230 Physician Spec, (exempt) 
2230 Physician Spec, (exempt) 

2230 Physician Spec, (exempt) ) 
22*30 Physician Spec, (exempt _) 

8180 Principal Attorney (exempt) ) 
8178 Sr. Attorney (exempt) _) 

9734 4-Bilingual Staff Asst. I_) 

9744 Staff Asst. VI (HUD money) 
9742 Staff Asst. V (HUD money) 
9738 Staff Asst. Ill (HUD money) 

1650 Accountant (Federal funds) ) 

_) 

9130 Transit Schedule Maker ) 



t 



ACTION: (1) Requisitions for Public Health: CMHS (#E1566 and 
E1565) REFUSED RELEASE . 

(2) Requisitions for District Attorney CONTINUED TO TIME 
OF REVIEW OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY BUDGET . 

(3) Requisition for Registrar's Office CONTINUED pending 
advice from Director of Finance & Records and Purchaser 
of Supplies on legal requirements for translation 

of election material. 

(4) Requisition for Commission on Aging RELEASED on con- 
ditions that Commission explore possibility of hiring 
a senior citizen for this position and that one-year 
pre-employment i-esidency requirement is complied with. 

(5) Requisitions for Municipal Railway RELEASED on condi- 
tion that one-year pre-employment residency requirement 
is complied with. 

Motion ADOPTED to release remaining requisitions for Juvenile 
Court, Library, Public Health:CMHS (# F51242 and F51241) and 
Mayor's Economic Analysis Unit. 



GiLj> Libmrian 
Public Library 



C A L E N D A R 



MEETING OF 

JOINT FINAKCE/LEGIStATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday,, March 31, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, McffTders-eter, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 

adding Section 3.17 thereto, establishing a Bureau of the Budget 

and a Budget Committee, and creating position of Director, 

Bureau of the Budget. File 118-76-2. (von Beroldingen, Feinstein, 

Mendelsohn) 



(Continued from 3/3/76.) 

ACTION: Consi derat i on continued to May 5 , 1976. 



APR 7 13ft 



QtrtA****** 



. -as- 

J" ^ A-i^c City Librarian 

'(/ PubLic Library 

CALENDAR Civic Center 



Special Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Monday, April 5, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:45 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mgfe^na^rr, von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Molinari). 

1. Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ,NO. POSITION 

Registrar T 50035 9734 4-Eilingual Staff Asst.I 

(Continued from 3/31/76.) 

ACTION: Adopted. f$ 



arian 



calendar J-ic^Library 

•*- Civic Center 

W MEETING OF 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board ofesSupervisors 
City end County of San Francisco 



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f 



Wednesday,, April 7, 1975 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Keroldingen 

1. Ordinance appropriating $15,915, Sheriff, for wages, operation 
and mandatory fringe benefits, to continue funding of one posi- 
tion, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306. File 101-75-121. 
(Controller, RO 313) 

(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

ACTION- Recommended "do pass" (for funding of position to 
June 30, 1976.) 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Sheriff, 
to reflect funding of one position; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-75-78. (Civil Service Commission 
No. 80) 

ACTION: Recomr.iep.d ed " do pass" (for funding of position to 
June 30. "1975". ) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $54,403.66, various departments, for 
reti-oacti ve wages and mandatory fringe benefits to provide 
adjustments of wage schedules and health and welfare benefits, 
effective on dates specified, to provide additional rates of 
pay for certain crafts (electrician, painter, plasterer, sheet 
metal worker and other related crafts), subject to Craft 
Salary Standardization Ordinance. File 101-74-231. (Controller, 
RO 301) 

ACT I ON : Re commended "do pass" . 



4. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, various 

departments, by adjusting salary schedules and health and welfare 
payments, effective on specified dates, to provide additional 
rates of pay for certain crafts subject to Section 8.403 of the 
Charter; a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-74-50. 
(Civil Service Commission No. 52) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating ?197.24, various departments, for retro- 
active wages to provide cost of living adjustment to wage rates 
of 735?» Pattern Maker, effective April 22, 1975. File 101-74-232. 
(Controller, R0 329) 

ACTION: Recomme n ded " do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, various 
departments, to provide cost of living adjustment to wage rate 
of 735S Pattern Maker, effective April 22, 1975; a companion 
measure to the preceding item. File 102-74-33.2. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 75) 

ACTI ON : Recommended " do pass" . 



* 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- April 7, 1976 



Ordinance appropriating $249.20, Law Library, for cost of living 
adjustment for 0190 Bookbinder, effective October 27, 1975. 
File 101-75-116. (Controller, RO 310) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Law Library, 
providing a cost of living adjustment to the wage rate of 0190 
Bookbinder, effective October 27, 1975; a companion measure to 
the preceding item. File 102-75-52/ (Civil Service Commission 
No. 60) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass' . 



Ordinance appropriating $204, various departments, to provide 
additional rate of pay to wage rate of 7358 Pattern Maker, 
effective October 22, 1975. File 101-75-122. (Controller, 
RO 330) 

ACTION : Recommended "do pas s" . 



10. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 

departments, tc provide a cost of living adjustment to the wage 
rate of 7358 Pattern Maker, effectivp October 22, 1975; a coaspar 
ion measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-46. (Civil 
Service Commission No. 53) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance appropriating $95.42, Law Library, to provide cost of 
living adjustment to wage rate of 0190 Bookbinder, affective 
January 26, 1976. File 101-75-123. (Controller, RO 326) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Law Library, 
to provide cost of living adjustment to wage rate of 0190 Book- 
binder, effective January 26, 1976; a companion measure to the 
preceding item. File 102-75-70. (Civil Service Commission No. 73) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



13. Ordinance appropriating $29,508, for operation, rescinding $29,508 
from various appropriations, Department of Public Health. 

File 101-75-109.1. (Controller, RO 294 amended) 

ACTION: Amended by reducing total appropriation to $26,550; 
recommended "do pass as amended ' . 

14. Ordinance appropriating $5,318, various departments, for operation 
and equipment, rescinding $1,441.57 from various appropriations, 
various departments. File 101-75-117. (Controller, RO 320) 

ACTION: Consideration con tinued to rece s sed meeting of 
April 13, 1976 st 2:00 p.m. in the Legislative 
Chambers of the Board. 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- April 7 1976 



15. Ordinance appropriating $28,000, Water Onerating Fund, and $8,000, 
Hetch Hetchy Project Fund, for fixed charges. File 101-75-124. 
(Controller, RO 336) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



16. Ordinance appropriating $184,000, Municipal Railway Operating, 

for maintenance and repair of motor coach power train equipment. 
File 101-75-125. (Controller, RO 335) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



17. Ordinance appropriating $99,729 for contractual services, 

Registrar of Voters, an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-126. 
(Controller, RO 338) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting; of 4-13-76. 



18. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property located at 
209 Bennington Street, San Francisco, owned by Ethel Watson, 
recorded by the Department of Public Health for care and treat- 
ment of Mrs. Watson. File 3-75-5. 

ACT I OS • Consideration continued to recessed meeting of A - 1 3 — 7 fi . 



19. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 

(Block 5244, Lot 4) from Flora F. Campbell for $94,200, required 
for Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. File 470-75-5. 
(Real Estate) (Controller RO 328) 

__^- ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



20. Consideration of claims of employees, various departments, for 
reimbursement for personal property damaged in line of duty. 
File 51-76-1. 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 5, 1976 . 



21. Resolution accepting gift of $29,340, from the San Francisco 

Foundation, for use by the Art Commission for the Bicentennial 
Theater Project. File 38-76-28. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



22. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 

8182 Head Attorney. District Attorney s Office. File 31-76-15. 
(District Attorney) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76. 



nneuce i^ommicree uaienaar -l\- April 7 1976 



23. 



Resolution authorizing amendment of lease at 814 Mission Street 
for use by District Attorney Family Support Bureau 
File 64-76-9.1. (Barbagelata) (Controller RO 346) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



24. Resolution authorizing sublease of real property with League of 
Lat ^^ merican Cicizens (L.U.L.A.C), as sublessor, for property 
at 3000 Folsom Street, for use by the Sheriff's Office for 
Women s Resource Center. File 64-76-16. (Real Estate) 
(Controller RO 321) * 



26. 



28, 



ACTION: 



Tabled as subject space will not be rented. 



25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from the State of California to provide for retaining of 
persons receiving Federal Supplemental Benefits. File 68-76-6 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1975 Community 
Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to permit a four month 
extension of the Mission Economic Development Association (MEDA) 
Project. File 68-76-19. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76. 



27. Resolution authorizing the Director of Health Care Services to 
enter into contract with the University of California School of 
Medicine to provide space for teaching, research, conferences 
libraries and specialized community services. File 229-76 
(Public Health) 

i 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of, 4-13-76 . 



Ordinance appropriating $14,373, Public Health, for operation 
equipment and fixed charges; rescinding $10,000, Medical Services 
and Care, various Comminity Mental Health Centers. 
File 101-75-99.1. (Controller) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 4-14-76. 



29. Ordinance amending Part III of the San Francisco Municipal Code 
by amending Section 807 thereof, to provide for exemption of 
$5.01 or less from Stadium Operator Admission Tax. File 202-76 
(Mendelsohn, Francois) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 4-L4-76 . 



30. 



Resolution authorizing the Public Utilities Commission to apply 
for and accept grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation 
under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. as amended, for 
acquisition of personal property and technical services for' the 
San Francisco Municipal Railway. File 186-76-2. (Public Utilities 
Commission) 

ACT ION : Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- April 7, 1976 



31. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Art R. Viagues, AKA Art R. Viargues, for $3,600. 
File 46-76-2. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76. 



32. Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

DEPARTMENT REQ . NO. POSITION 

Mayor: 
Clearinghouse T50060 9744 Staff Assistant VI 

ACTION: Consideration continued to recessed meeting of 4-13-76 . 



CALENDAR OU^UtV.cNTS 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE * 6 u 

Board of. Supervisors ^j|jg|gj§8g 

City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday, April 13, 1976 teg=i*i«fc±3#e==£ha(Bbe«s= Room 228 

Second Floor, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinari) 

1. Ordinance appropriating $5,318, various departments, for operation 
and equipment, rescinding $1,441.57 from various appropriations, 
various departments. File 101-75-117. (Controller, RO 320) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

2. Ordinance appropriating $28,000, Water Operating Fund, and $8,000, 
Hetch Hetchy Project Fund, for fixed charges. File 101-75-124. 
(Controller, RO 336) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

._ TTn Amended by reducing appropriation for Water Operating Fund to 
ACllON: $15^379 an d by reducing Hetch Hetchy Project Fund appropriation 
to $4,260; recommended "do pass as amended" . 

3. Ordinance appropriating $184,000, Municipal Railway Operating, 
for maintenance and repair of motor coach power train equipment. 
File 101-75-125. (Controller, RO 335) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) $127 808 

Amended by reducing total appropriation to £i£&=6&?/per Budget 

ACTION: Analyst recommendations to reflect repair of the 20 buses in- 

house rather than by contract with Williams & Lane; recommended 
"do pass as amended' . (See addendum for text of amendment . ) 

4. Ordinance appropriating $99,729 for contractual services, 

— * Registrar of Voters, an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-126. 
(Controller, RO 338) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

5. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property located at 
209 Bennington Street, San Francisco, owned by Ethel Watson, 
recorded by the Department of Public Health for care and treat- 
ment of Mrs. Watson. File 3-75-5. 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
(Block 5244, Lot 4) from Flora F. Campbell for $94,200, required 
for Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. File 470-75-5. 
(Real Estate) (Controller RO 328) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- April 13 1976 



7. Resolution accepting gift of $29,340, from the San Francisco 
Foundation, for use by the Art Commission for the Bicentennial 
Theater Project. File 38-76-28. (Art Commission) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

8. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
8182 Head Attorney. District Attorney Y s Office. File 31-76-15. 
(District Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



9. Resolution authorizing amendment of lease at 814 Mission Street 
for use by District Attorney, Family Support Bureau." 
File 64-76-9.1. (Barbagelata) (Controller RO 346) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

10. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept and expend 
funds from the State of California to provide for retaining of 
persons receiving Federal Supplemental Benefits. File 68-76-6. 
(Mayor) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled - 



11. Resolution authorizing the internal transfer of 1975 Community 
Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to permit a four -month 
extension of the Mission Economic Development Association (MEDA) 
Project. File 68-76-19. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Resolution authoi-izing the Director of Health Care Services to 
enter into contract with the University of California School of 
Medicine to provide space for teaching, research, conferences, 
libraries and specialized community services. File 229-76. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Call of the Chair . 

13. Resolution authorizing the Public Utilities Commission to apply 
for and accept, grant from the U. S. Department of Transportation 
under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, for 
acquisition of personal property and technical services for the 
San Francisco Municipal Railway. File 186-76-2. (Public Utilities 
Commission) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to April 14; to be taken up as 
a special order at 2:30 p.m . 



Finance Committee Calendar 



-3- 



April 13, 1976 



14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Art R. Viagues, AKA Art R. Viargues, for $3,600. 
File 46-76-2. (City Attorney) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 






15. 



Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 

Mayor: 
Clearinghouse 



REQ. NO. 



T 50060 
(Continued from 4/7/76.) 
ACTION: Adopted. 



POSITION 



9744 Staff Assistant VI 



OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 



16. 



Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 



DEPARTMENT 

Adult Probation 

Health :CMHS 

Health:Central 
Office 

ACTION: Adopted . 



REQ. NO. 

T 50075 & 76 

FX 51243 

F 51244 



POSITION 

8440 Probation Officer 

2230 Physician Specialist 

2230 Physician Specialist 



Mr. John C. Farrell, Chairman of the Mayor's Fiscal Policy 
Committee presented to the Finance Committee a report on two 
requisitions for the Department of Public Works of a mandatory 
shift nature which were released by poll of the Fiscal Policy 
Committee on -Tuesday, April 6, which action was approved by the 
Finance Committee. (P9318 & P9321, 7372 Stationary Engineer .Sewage) 



Mr. John C. Farrell, Controller, reported on the results of 
an actuarial report on the San Francisco City and County 
Employees Retirement System by Coates, Herfurth & England, 
Consulting Actuaries, which reflects a projected increase in 
annual City contribution costs effective July 1, 1976 of 
$17,429,900, with $4,452,000 of that amount for miscellaneous 
employees benefits, $5,785,600 for Police and $7,192,300 for 
Fire members. 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- April 13, 1976 



ADDENDUM 



Text of amendment to Item No. 3, File 101-75-125, ordinance 
appropriating $184,000, Municipal Railway Operating, for 
Maintenance and Repair of Motor Coach Power Train Equipment, 
is as follows: 

$127,808 
"Reduce total appropriation to $jf 243-,-667 ^, 

"Substitute the following specific appropriations 
$127,808 totaling ^g^^^ for '5.735.216.000, Maintenance 
and Reoair of Motor Coach Power Train 1 : 

^=7^?.=eO^.KMJ^===«a^Hir^ts=*=S«pTy**e3======--=^e=,=800= 

^.=76^re^f<M^== ; iT3fflfeFTO¥y=FrHTgg= fiW 

"5.735.130.004 Temporary Wages for 8 Auto- 
motive Mechanics $26,984 

"5.735.130.004 Differential Pay 2,024 

"5.735.300.004 Parts 68,800 

"Tools and Equipment (5.735.400.004) 30,000" 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 14, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
Liberation House, Inc. File 114-76. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
North of Market Health Council, Inc. File 158-76-2. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Bitsmith Corporation, to 
provide management and clinical information services for 
San Francisco Methadone Program. File 158-76-3. (Public 
Health) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Creative Socio-Medics 
Corporation, to provide temporary management information 
services to San Francisco Methadone Program. File 158-76-4. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Youth 
Advocates, Inc., to provide in-patient and out-patient drug 
abuse treatment. File 158-76-5. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



^ObtJ DGCUWfcNTS 

CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ,^April 14, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

(Sup.Barbagelata absent for Items 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,18, 22,23 and Spec.Ord.; 
Sup. Molinari absent for Items 12,13,14,15,16,17, 19,20,21,24,25,26,27,28, 
29 and 30) SPECIAL ORDER - 3:30 P.M. 



Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, 

by amending Section 807 thereof, to provide for exemption 

of $5.01 or less from Stadium Operator Admission Tax. 

File 202-76. (Mendelsohn, Francois) (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

ACTION - To Board without recommendation for meeting of 
April 26, Vm ~. 

REGULAR CALENDAR - 2:30 P.M. 



Ordinance appropriating $53,748, various departments, for the 
adjustment of compensation of certain classifications in accord- 
ance with the Administrative Provisions of Salary Standardization 
Ordinance, Section IV.(H) , 1975-76, retroactive to July 1, 1975. 
File 101-75-129. (Controller, RO 343) (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, to adjust compensations of certain classifications, 
retroactive to July 1, 1975; a companion measure to the preceding 
item. File 102-75-44. (Civil Service Commission No. 52) 

(Sup.Barbagelata absent) 
ACTION: 

Recommended do pass . 

Ordinance appropriating $2,558, various departments, to adjust 
compensations of certain classifications in accordance with 
Administrative Provisions of Salary Standardization Ordinance, 
Section IV(H), retroactive to July 1, 1975. File 101-75-131. 
(Controller, RO 334) (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, Public 
Works, Engineering, and Municipal Railway Operating Fund, to 
adjust compensation of certain classifications in accordance 
with Administrative Provisions of Salary Standardization 
Ordinance, retroactive to July 1, 1975; a companion measure 
to the preceding item. File 102-75-69. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 74) (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do Dass". 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- April 14, 1.976 



5. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position 
of 0150 Deputy Chief of Department, Fire Department. 

File 31-76-16. (Fire Department) (Controller, RO 344) 

(Sup.Barbagelata absent) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

6. Ordinance appropriating $2,000, Board of Supervisors, Employee 
Relations Division, for overtime and contractual services; an 
emergency ordinance. File 101-75-128. (Controller, RO 345) 

. (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 

m ' iiuiN - Recommended "do pass" . 



7. Ordinance appropriating $18,000, District Attorney, for operation, 
•pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.306 of the Charter; an 
emergency ordinance. File 101-75-130. (Controller, RO 348) 

(Sup.Barbagelata absent) 
(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

Amended by reducing appropriations for Contractual Services by $496 
ACTION: (Phone $448, Professional Services $48), Materials and Supplies by $1,400, 
and Special Fund by $500, thereby reducing total appropriation to $15,604; 
recommended "do pass as .amended" . 

8. Ordinance appropriating $10,900, Juvenile Court, Probation Office, 
for fixed charges. File 101-75-132. (Controller, RO 347) 

(Sup.Barbagelata absent) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



9. Ordinance appropriating $41,031, Public Works and Special Gas Tax - 
Street Improvement, for equipment end maintenance and inspection, 
elevators, escalators and fire alarms; rescinding $18,000 from 
appropriation for Safer Roads Demonstration Prolects, traffic 
striping, Special Gas Tax Street Improvement. File 101-75-127. 
(Controller, RO 342) (Sup.Barbagelata absent) 

ArTTnM . ' Amended by reducing appropriation for DPW Building Repair 
AOJ.1UN. (Maintenance and Inspection of Elevators, Escalators and 

Fire Alarms) to $20,000; recommended "do pass as amended" . 

10. Resolution declaring policy to approve a supplemental appropriation 
in the sum of $13,000 for the completion of the Benjamin H. Swig 
Pavilion under Fifth Street North in Hallidie Plaza. File 38-74-19.1 
(Mayor) 

(Continued from 2/4/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance authorizing and approving lease of Benjamin H. Swig 
Pavilion in Hallidie Plaza to San Francisco Convention and 
Visitors Bureau. File 65-75-3. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Resolution authorizing agreement between the City and County and 
the Bay Area Rapid Transit District, establishing respective 
duties relative to maintenance and repair of subway and other 
rapid transit facilities within the City and County. File 235-76. 
(Transit Task Force) (Sup.Molinari absent) 

To Board with recoronendat Ion "do pass" for meeting of April 26 on 
ACTION: the condition that agreement is amended by said date to include clause 
to provide for review after three years so that if parties fail to agree 
to raodif icat ions based on experience it would be submitted to a third 
party under the rules of American Arbitration Association. 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- April 14, 1976 



13. Resolution authorizing Public Utilities Commission to accept 
grant in amount of $35,000 from Metropolitan Transportation 
Commission to fund study of accessibility of the handicapped 
to Municipal Railway's Muni Metro Car. File 187-76. (Public 
Utilities Commission) (Sup. Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Levis T. 
Ray. M.D., as lessor, for space at 2435 Ocean Avenue, for 
District V Mental Health Center Out-Patient Facility'. 

File 64-76-17. (Real Estate) (Controller RO 349) (Sup. Molinari absent) 
ArTTflN- Tabled. Department urged to come back with a more reasonable 
: program from a fiscal standpoint by starting program in store 
front premises or looking into other facilities until it has 
proven itself and Short-Doyle funding is available. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $14,373, Public Health, for operation, 
equipment and fijted charges; rescinding $10,000, Medical Service 
and Care, various Community Mental Health Centers. 

File 101-75-99.1. (Sup. Molinari absent) 

(Continued from 4/7/76.) 

AfTTDN' Amended by reducing appropriations for Sunset Medical Center 
(Contractual Services, Use of Employees Cars, Materials and 
Supplies and Foodstuffs) by $800; amending appropriation for 
Mission MHC by reducing it by $6,327/, recommended as ame nded . 

16. Ordinance approving lease to Jack Hirose xor establishing and 
operating a tea house and gift shop in the Japanese Tea Garden 
in Goiden Gate Park. File 62-76-1. (Recreation and Park) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: F 

Recommended "do pass" . 

17. Hearing to consider report on revenues and accounts receivable 
at San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director 

on audit report of hospital by Main LaFrentK & Co. File 123-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 

(Continued from 3/17/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 5, 1976 should no chance 
to review subject matter occur during budget sessions. 

18. Resolution accepting gift of $4,900 from Salvation Army Counselor 
Project for Alcohol-Related Offenders for use by the Public 
Defender to provide courts with an alternative to jail in senten- 

' cing persons charged with an offense compounded by misuse of 
alcohol; rescinding Resolution No. 718-75. File 38-76-27. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) (Sup. Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

19. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by adding 
Section 16.6-2,1 to Chapter 16 thereof, relating to membershipg 
in organisations, Mayor, Commission on the Status of Women. 
File 26-76-2. (Commission on Status of Women) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: 

Consideration continued to June 2, 1976. 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- April 14, 1976 



20. Resolution accepting gift of $500 from Wells Fargo Bank for use 
by the Commission on the Status of Women for its Violent Crimes 
against Women Task Force. File 38-76-31. (Commission on the 
Status of Women) , . 

(Sup.Molmari absent) 

ACTION: „ 

Recommended do pass . 

21. Resolution authorizing and directing President of the Board of 
Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, an agree- 
ment with Santa Clara County prisoners at San Francisco County 
Jails. File 247-76. (von Beroldingen) 

(Sup .Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



22. Resolutions authorizing certain City officials to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
various projects, as follows: 



(Sup.Barbagelata absent) 



MAYOR 



(a) Youth at the Crossroads File 68-76-7 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(b) Youth of Reality File 68-76-8 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(c) Filipino Youth File 68-76-9 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(d) Forum Project West File 68-76-10 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(e) Coordinated Release Services Center File 68-76-11 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



(f) Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Safety 
Project 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



File 68-76-12 



(g) Streetwork: Girls File 68-76-13 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . . 

.(h) Project 20 File 68-76-14 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(i) Chinese Youth Alternatives File 68-76-15 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- April 14, 1976 



Item No. 22 continued... 

(j) Youth Services Bureau File 68-76-16 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(k) Morrisania West, Postal Street 

Academy File 68-76-17 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(1) Bayview-Hunters Point Youth 

Service Center File 68-76-18 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

PUBLIC DEFENDER 

(m) Salvation Army Counselor Project for 

Alcohol-Related Offenders \ File 121-76-2 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(n) Methadone to Abstinence File 196-76-2 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(o) Public Inebriate Diversion Project File 196-76-3 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

SHERIFF 

(p) Community Outreach File 216-76-1 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(q) Volunteer Coordination Center File 216-76-2 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(r) County Jail Ombudsman Project File 216-76-3 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(s) Parole and Pre-Release Employment 

Project File 216-76-4 

ACTION: Consideration continued to Mav 5, 1976 . 

(t) Women's Resource Center . File 216-76-5 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -6- April 14 1976 



Item No. 22 continued. 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

(u) District Attorney's Training Grant File 217-76-1 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

ADULT PROBATION 

(v) San Francisco Pre-Trial Diversion 

Project File 218-76-1 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(w) Friends Outside in San Francisco File 218-76-2 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

JUVENILE COURT 

(x) Child Abuse and Neglect Project File 220-76-1 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 

(y) Citizens Initiative to Protect Students File 227-76-1 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

23. Resolutions accepting gifts from various organizations to provide 
cash match for Federal funds for various projects, as follows: 

(Sup. Barbagelata absent) 

(a) $3,924 from Morrisania West: Postal Street Academy, 
for use by the Mayor to recruit, education and counsel 
youth between ages of 16-24. (File 38-76-10, a 
companion to Item 22 (k) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(b) $1,111 from Filipino Youth Project for use by the 
Mayor to aid in delinquency prevention and to create 
a capability building program for Filipino Youth. 
(File 38-76-11, a companion to Item 22(c) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(c) $1,359 from Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Safety Project 
for use by Mayor for promoting citizen safety in the 
in the North Beach Housing Project and immediate 
neighborhoods. (File 38-76-12, a companion to 

Item 22(f) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Finance Committee Calendar -7- April 14, 1976 



Item No. 23 continued. 



(d) $2,250 from Streetwork:Girls for use by Mayor to 
divert girls from re-entry into the criminal justice 
system and committing further crimes. File 38-76-13, 
a companion to Item 22(g) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(e) $2,038 from Forum Project West for use by the Mayor 
to provide direct services to ex-offenders. 

(File 38-76-14, a companion to Item 22(d) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(f) $1,321 from Youth of Reality for use by the Mayor to 
establish a 24-hour residential service primarily for 
youth of the O.M.I. , Bayview-Sunnydale and Upper 
Mission Districts. (File 38-76-15, a companion to 
Item No. 22(b) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

Juvenile Court 

(g) $2,889 from (Child Abuse and Neglect Project for use 
by the Msye»?V to provide services to families referred 
by Juvenile Authorities for child abuse and neglect. 
(File 38-76-16, a companion to Item No. 22(x) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(h) $1,111 from Chinese Youth Alternatives for use by the 
Mayor for working with 50 Chinese youth who are 
delinquent or pre-delinquent . (File 38-76-17, a 
companion to Item No. 22 (i) above.) 

ACT I ON : Recommended "do pass" . 



(i) $1,222 from Project 20 for use by the Mayor to establish 
alternatives to the financial payment of traffic and 
parking fines. (File 38-76-18, a companion to Item 
No. 22(h) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(j) $1,700 from Bayview-Hunters Point Youth Service Center 
for use by the Mayor to serve 100 girls and boys 
between the ages of 12-18 l-eferred from law enforce- 
ment agencies. (Fila 38-76-19, a companion to Item 
No. 22(1) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(k) $2,500 from Youth at the Crossroads for use by the 
Mayor for delinquent youth in the Mission District. 
(File 38-76-20, a companion to Item No. 22(a) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -8- April 14, 1976 



Item No. 23 continued. 



(1) $1,125 from Parole and Pre-Release Employment Re-Entry 
Counselors for use by the Sheriff's Department to 
provide ex-offenders with vocational guidance and 
employment interviewing. (File 28-76-21, a companion 
to Item 22 (s) above.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 5, 1976 . 

(m) $2,305 from Methadone to Abstinence for use by the 
Department of Public Health to provide counseling 
services to Methadone patients. (File 38-76-23, 
a companion to Item No. 22 (n) above.) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" , 



(n) $1,879 from Salvation Army Counselor Project for 
Alcohol-Related Offenders for use by the Public 
Defender to provide courts with an alternative to 
jail in sentencing persons charged with an offense 
compounded by misuse of alcohol. (File 38-76-24, 
a companion to Item No. 22 (m) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(o) $5,555 from San Francisco Pre-Trial Diversion Project 
for use by the Adult Probation Department to aid in 
diverting youthful first-offenders to program of 
education, employment or counseling. (File 38-76-25, 
a companion to Item No. 22 (v) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(p) $1,555 from Friends Outside in San Francisco for 

use by the Adult Probation Department to work with 
inmates and their families to facilitate transition 
to community life. (File 38-76-26, a companion to 
Item 22 (w) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

(q) $2,083 from Citizens Initiative to Protect Students 
for use by the SFUSD to provide community liaison 
personnel to assist school administrators. (File 
38-76-30, a companion to Item No. 22(y) above.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

24. Application of Colm Brennan for leave to present late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury/property 
damage in the amount of $50,000. File 50-76-4. 

(Sup .Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Denied . 

25. Application of Ronald C. Lambert for leave to present late 
claim against the City and County for personal injury in the 
amount of $4 million. File 50-76-5. 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Resolution prepared in and reported out by Committee, 

recommended ''do pass" : "Granting application of Ronald C. 
Lambert for leave to present late claim." 



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26. Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. File 358-75. 
(Mayor's Fiscal Policy Committee) 

(Sup.Molinari absent) 



Public Healt h 

E 1568 

Registrar 

T 50031 
T 50033 
T 50034 
T 50036 



50024 
50025 
50026 
50027 
50028 
50029 



2185 Executive Administrator 



Municipal Railway 
T 54023 -2- 



1404 
1404 
1404 
1404 

7464 
7464 
7464 
7464 
7464 
7464 



7409 



Clerks ) 

Clerks ) 

Clerks ) 

Clerks ) 



Total 65 

May 11th Election 

June 8th Election 



Voting Machine Serviceman ) 

Voting Machine Serviceman ) 

Voting Machine Serviceman ) Total 52 

Voting Machine Serviceman ) 

Voting Machine Serviceman ) 

Voting Machine Serviceman ) 



Electrical Transit Servicemen 



ACTION: Adopted, 



27. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Art Commission, for utilities 
for community cultural facilities, R.S., and Neighborhood 
Arts Program support services, RS. File 101-75-137 
(Controller, RO 340) (Sup.Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Amended by reducing appropriation for utilities for 
Community Cultural Facility to $5,000; recommended 
"do pass as amended" . 

28. Ordinance appropriating $49,267, Public Defender, for operation, 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, and 
the creation of 11 positions, pursuant to a court order and to 
the provisions of Section 6.306 of the Charter; an emergency 
ordinance. File 101-75-138. (Controller, RO 333) (Sup.Molinari abs . ) 

ArTTOM . Amended by deleting $33,403 for permanent salaries and $7,914 
ALliJIN: £ or raa ndatory fringe benefits; recommended"do pass as amended" , 
Public Defender was authorised to advise Judge Wollenberg that 
Committee is favorably disposed to establishing positions in 
the budget. 

29. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76,. Public 
Defender, classifying 11 new positions; an emergency ordinance; 
a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-79. 
(Civil Service Commission No. 85) (Sup.Molinari abseit) 



(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial.) 



ACTION: Tabled. 



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ADDITIONAL CALENDAR 



30. Resolution approving .immediate filling of vacated position of 
1128 Registrar of Voters-Recorder, Department of Finance and 
Records. File 31-75-15. (Dept. of Finance and Records) 

(Sup.Molinari absent) 
(4-12-76: Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

SPECIAL ORDER - 2:30 P.M. 



31. Resolution authorizing the Public Utilities Commission to apply for 
and accept grant from the U. S. Department of Transportation under 
the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, for acquisi- 
. tion of personal property and technical services for the San Fran- 
cisco Municipal Railway. File 186-76-2. (Public Utilities Commis- 
sion) 

(Continued from 4/13/76; to be calendared as special order of 
business at 2:00 p.m.) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



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MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday, April 20, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

DE PARTMENTAL BUDGET HEARINGS 

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

Department Index 

Board of Supervisors 181 

Treasurer 183 

Juvenile Court 185-188 

Municipal Employees Relations Panel 190 

County Agriculture 211 

Art Commission 113 

7:00 p.m. until necessary 

Department Index 

Chief Administrative Officer 221 

Public Pound 167 

Publicity and Advertising 641 

California Academy of Sciences 213 

Coroner 223 

Permit Appeals 159 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no. oral representations can be entertained 
due to the extreme time limitations imposed upon its 
review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Hearings held . 

OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 

Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. File 358-75. 

DEPARTMENT REQ.NO. POSITION 

Fire E 00062 0155, Secretary to Chief of 

Department 
Muni Railway P 4084 7381 Auto Mechanic 

p 4127 1713 Auto Machinist 



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Off-Calendar Item Continued 



DEPARTMENT 


REQ . NO . 


POSITION 


PUC:Muni 


T 
T 
T 
T 


53949 
54085 
54142 
54172 


7381 Auto Mechanic 
7381 Auto Mechanic 
7381 Auto Mechanic 
7381 Auto Mechanic 


Health : SFGH 


P 
P 
P 

P 
P 
P 
P 
P 


3262 
3308 • 
3314 
3318 

3320 & 1 
3327 & 8 
3330 


2320 -Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 
2320 Registered Nurse 


ACTION: Adopted 









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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE ' 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 21, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET HEARINGS 

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

Department Index 

County Clerk 225 

Director, Finance and Records 227 

Electricity 231 

Farmer's Market & Weights & Measures 241 & 265 

Public Administrator 243 

Real Estate - Civic Auditorium and Brooks Hall 245,247 

7:00 p.m. until necessary 

Department Index 

Recorder 251 

Records Center 253 

Registrar of Voters 255 

Tax Collector 261-263 



(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be entertained 
due to the extreme time limitations imposed upon its 
review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Hearings held . 

OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 

Motion that freeze on equipment of one electric typewriter 
for the Real Estate Department in the amount of $431 be 
lifted. File 358-75. 

ACTION: Adopted . 






CALENDAR 



DtXUfviENTS 

'976 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

"Tuesday, April 27, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

2:00 p.m. - 5 :30 p.m. 

and 
7:00 p.m. until necessary 

Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following budgets conducted, and 

various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
Adult Probation, Art Commission, Assessor, City 
Attorney, City Planning, Civil Service and 
Controller. 

Amendments to the Annual Salary Ordinance, presented 
by the General Manager, Personnel, to correct minimum 
rate for part-time. services utilized by departments 
from $292 to $300 per month, various corrections re- 
flecting the deletion of Section 8.403 from the Charter 
and deletion of Hetch Hetchy premium pay, a meet-and- 
confer item, adopted by Committee. 



2. 



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Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 28, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m . 

and 
7:00 p.m. until necessary 



[NTS 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77.. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be 
entertained due to the extreme time limitations 
imposed upon its review of the voluminous budget 
detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
Adult Probation, Controller-EDP, Emergency Services, 
Fire Department, County Education, District Attorney, 
Human Rights, Law Library, Commission on Status of 
Women, Mayor, Delinquency Prevention, City Demonstration 
Agency, Municipal Court, Parking Authority, Permit 
Appeals, Police Department (deferred) , Public Defender, 
Public Pound, SMRC , Redevelopment Agency. 

Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 



Department 



Req . No . 
T 50041 
ACTION: Adopted . 



Finance & 

Records: 

Registrar 



Position 



(10) 1404 Clerks to check Farm 
Workers petition. 



IS 



DOCUMENTS 



CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, April 29, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

and 
7:00 p.m. until necessary 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
Municipal Court, Fire Department, Public Defender, 
District Attorney, Police Department, Social Services, 
Sheriff, Superior Court, and Treasurer. 

Amendments to Annual Appropriation Ordinance, presented 
by Controller, adopted as amended. 

Motion to release freeze on the following equipment 
was adopted . File 358-75. 

Replacement Equipment 

5. 161.423.000 ' 3~0 Autos, Class 6, with HD Pack $116,16 

5.161 423.010 30 Autos, Class 7, with HD Pack 107,64 

New Equi pment 

5-161 423 000 I0 Autos, Class 7, with HD Pack 40,94 

5. 161*. 458 '.040 200 pic Radios and Accessories 240,00' 

5.161.423.020 Special Auto Equipment 41,101 



as 



CALENDAR 



DOCUMENTS 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

■ Friday, April 30, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

and 
7:00 p.m. until necessary 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitauions imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
Police Department, Civil Service, Juvenile Court, 
Municipal Court, Municipal Employee Relations Panel 
(deferred), Co. Agricultural Dept., Calif. Academy 
of Sciences, Chief Administrative Officer, Coroner, 
County Clerk, Finance &. Records, Electricity, 
Farmer's Market, Public Administrator, Real Estate, 
Brooks Hall-Civic Auditorium, Recorder, Records 
Center, Registrar of Voters, Tax Collector, Hotel 
Tax, Weights & Measures, Purchasing, Public Works, 
Architecture, Bureau of Building Inspection (portion 
deferred, Board of Supervisors (portion deferred). 









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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



DOCU^NTS 



Saturday, May 1, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon 

and 
1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 



Consideration of the Annual" Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
Department of Public Works, General Office, Bidg. 
Repair, Central Permit, Engineering, Personnel 
Administration, Waste Water Pumping, Water Treatment 
Division, Sewer Repair, Street Cleaning, Bond Int. 
& Redemption, Hotel Tax, Off -Street Parking, Revenue 
Sharing, Fine Arts, Asian Art Museum, Open Space, 
Public Library, Publicity and Advertising, Candlestick 
Park Fund, Zoo Fund, Yacht Harbor, Marina Yacht Harbor, 
Recreation & Park (portion deferred). 



Motion that requisitions and equipment freeze be lifted 
358-75. 



File 



Requisitions 

Department 
Civil Service 



DPW: Water 
Treatment Div. 



Req .No. 
P 599 
P 600 
TX 50099 
P 595 



T 50727 



Position 

1242 Personnel Analyst 

1242 Personnel Analyst 

1240 Assistant Personnel Analyst 

1240 Assistant Personnel Analyst 



24 78 Senior Sewage Treatment 
Chemist 



continued 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- May 1, 1976 



Equipment 

DPW-Street Cleaning 

1 truck, front-loader (Index 431, 1975-76, p. 738, $ 32,000 
line 12, with purchase not to be made until 7/1/76) 

DPW-Sewer Repair 

1 compressor truck (1975-76, p. 728, line 15) 24,080 

2 service trucks (1975-76, p. 728, line 17) 20,946 
1 sewer cleaning unit (1975-76, p. 728, line 24) 52,672 

10 combustible gas and oxygen detectors ( 1975-76, p . 729, 

line 11) 19,200 

3 mechanical sweepers (1975-76, p. 739, line 16) 90,000 

ACTION: Adopted . 



documents 

MAY 1 7 



I 

CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

' Monday, May 3, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



At Conclusion of Board Meeting 

Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for Fiscal Year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
•upon its re\ iew of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 

Department of Public Health, Accounting, Administra- 
tion, Microbiology, Chemical Laboratory, Maternal & 
Child Care, City Physician, Dental Bureau. 

Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. File 358-75. 

Dep artment Req.No. Position 

Public Health: 
VD Clinic P1004 & 5 2320 Registered Nurse 

ACTION: Adopted. 



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CALENDAR ^ L 

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Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday, May 4, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



2:00 P.M. 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
County Clerk, Registrar of Voters, Department 
of Social Services, Board of Supervisors (portion) 
Juvenile Court, DPH-CMHS, Laguna Honda, San Fran- 
___- . cisco General. 

OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 

Motion, prepared in and reported out by Committee, recommended for 
Board meeting of 5-17-76 : "Authorizing and directing the Clerk of 
the Board to take appropriate action to transfer one automobile from 
the custody of the Board of Supervisors to the Juvenile Court Probation 
Office, Youth Guidance Center." File 100-76-9 . 

Motion that freeze on vacant positions be lifted. File 358-75. 

Department Req . No. Position 

DPH:Laguna TX50078 1 1664 Billing & Collections Supv 

Honda T 50093 1 1656 Head Accountant 

P 1384, P 1423, 12 Registered Nurses 

P 1432, P 1443-4, " 

P 1457-62, P 1515 

P 1143 1 2322 Head Nurse 

P 1464 & 5 2 2604 Food Service Worker 

P 1533 1 2736 Porter 

continued. . . 



Finance Committee Calendar 



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May 4, 1976 



Department 

DPH:Laguna 
Honda 



Req . No. 

P 1536 

P 1528 

P 1517 

P 1511 

P 1508 

P 1502 

P 1501 

p 1474-87 

P 1468-70 

P 1426 

P 1430 

P 1433-5 

P 1477 

P 1440 

P 1442 

P 1542 



Position 
(33) 2302 Orderly 



2510 Central Supply Room Supervis 



ACTION : A dopted 



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CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, May 5, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



2:00 P.M. 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme. time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental badgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 

Police and Fire Departments, DPW-BBI, DPH: General Hospital, 
DPH - Juvenile Court, Health Centers, Education, Statistics 
& Records, TB Control, VD Clinic, Emergency Medical Services 
Administration, and Hassler Hospital. 

OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 



Motion that freeze on the following equipment in the 1975-76 
budget be lifted. File 358-75. 

DPH 

Appropriation 5.551.400.000. 

8 Ambulance Radio Repeater Units $40,000 

8 Portable FM Transmitter Receiver Radios L6,000 

ACTION: Adopted . 



DOCUMENTS 

MAY 1 7 1976 



CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, May 6, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, -Mo-Ltn aa^i , von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinari) 

2:00 P.M. 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
. Committee, :io oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme .time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 

DPW:BBI, Gas Tax, Superior Court, Road Fund, 

and Traffic Engineering. 

OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 

Motion that freeze on requisition be lifted. File 358-75. 

Department Req . No . Position 

Controller T 50068 (4) 1602 Calculating Machine 

Operator - Key Drive. 

ACTION: Adopted . 



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CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



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Friday ,^May 7, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Earbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

2:00 P.M. 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
. Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 

Sheriff, Recreation and Park, Candlestick Park, 

Open Space, Camp Mather, CMHS . 



OFF -CALENDAR ITEM 
Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. File 358-75 



Department 

Rec/Park: 
Camp Mather 



Req . No 



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50226 


T 


50227 


T 


50228 


T 


50229 


T 


50230 


T 


50231 


T 


50233 


T 


50232 


T 


50234 


T 


50235 


T 


50238 


T 


50244 


T 


50236 


T 


50237. 


T 


50239 



Position 

(3) 2650 Assistant Cook 

(1) 2652 Baker 

(2) 2654 Cook 

(31) R 101 Camp Assistant 

(1) 1630 Account Clerk 

(1) 2656 Chef 

(1) R 102 Camp Manager 

(1) 2650 Assistant Cook 

(24) 328'+ Recreation Director 

(20) 3280 /vsst.Rec. Director PT 

(5) 2614 Lunch Room Helper 

(1) 2614 Lunch Room Helper PT 

(4) 3208 Pool Lifeguard 

(2) 3212 Swim Instructor 

(1) 7334 Stationary Engineer 



ACTION: Adopted 



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'DOCUMENTS 

MAY1 7 



CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Saturday, May 8,' 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

8:00 A.M. 

Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Meeting recessed to Conclusion of Board Meeting, 
May 10, 1976. 



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CALENDAR DOCUfv*ENTS 

1AY 1 



Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Monday, May 10, L976 Room 228, City HaLL 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

At Conclusion of Board Meeting 



Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

AC110N: Reviev; of the following departmental budgets conducted 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message: 
War Memorial, Board of Supervisors - Employee 
Relations Division, Board of Supervisors w/Budget 
Bureau, Retirement System, Health Service System, 
MERP (deferred ) , and Municipal Railway. 



r 

^ CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday, May 11, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

2:00 P.M. 

Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of the following departmental budgets conducted, 
and various amendments adopted, the text of which will 
v appear in the Finance Committee's Budget Message and 

Recommendations : 

MERP (deferred); ERD-Board of Supervisors; Muni 
Railway, Water Department, Hetch Hetchy, Port, 
Light, Heat & Power. 

OFF-CALENDAR ITEM 

Motion that freeze on capital improvement item be lifted. 
File 358-75. 

Public Utilities Commission: Hetch Hetchy 

$71,000 budgeted item for repair and painting of various 
buildings in 1975-76 budget. 

ACTION: Motion adopted to release freeze on $66,000 of 
the $71,000 budgeted for repair and painting of 
various buildings. 



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CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 12, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

2:00 P.M. 

Consideration of the Annual Budget for the City and County 
of San Francisco for fiscal year 1976-77. File 100-76-8. 

(NOTE: Except as specifically requested by the 
Committee, no oral representations can be enter- 
tained due to the extreme time limitations imposed 
upon its review of the voluminous budget detail.) 

ACTION: Review of MERP, PUC, Airport, Muni and various 

other departments conducted, and various amendments 
adopted, the text of which will appear in Finance 
Committee's recommendations to the full Board on 
amendment of the Annual Budget for 1976-77. 

Amendments to Annual Salary Ordinance administra- 
tive provisions adopted , relating to rates 
recommended for meals and lodging at Hetch Hetchy 
Project, 1 Shaughnessy Guest Cottage, San Francisco 
General Hospital, Laguna Honda Hospital and Juvenile 
Court . 






Annual Budget referred to Board with recommendation 
"do pass after amendment" , which amendments are 
to be outlined in Finance Committee recommendations 
which will accompany the Committee's Budget Message. 

OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 

Motion, prepared in and reported out of Committee: "Authorizing 
and directing the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to initiate 
a supplemental appropriation request in the amount of $8,500 to 
fund a study of vehicle maintenance problems in the Municipal 
Railway." File 69-76-5. 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

Motion that freeze on capital improvement items and requisitions 
be lifted. File 358-75. 

Airport - Capital Improvements 

All Additions and Betterments and Reconstruction and Replacement 

capital improvement items in L975-76 budget. 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- May 12, 1976 



Requisitions 

Laguna Honda Hospital 

P 1497 Medical Records Technician (Class 2012) 
P 1498 Medical Records Technician (Class 2012) 

San Francisco General Hospital 

Vacant positions to be released up to date of letter from 
Dr. Francis J. Curry, Director of Public Health, dated 
May 10, 1976, which is attached hereto and made a part hereof 
by reference. 

Emergency Positions and Revenue Producing Positions 
By discretion of the Controller. 

H2 Fire Fighters - Fire Department 

H2 Fire Fighters to be released effective November 15, 1976. 

ACTION: Motion to release capital improvement items for 
the Airport as specified above, and requisitions 
listed above, with the specified effective date 
for H2 Fire Fighters, ADOPTED BY COMMITTEE. 



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City and County of San Francisco 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH 



Central Office 
101 GROVE STREET 
Francisco. California 941 02 



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Board of Supervisors 
Controller's Office 
Room 103, City Hal 1 
San Francisco, California 

Gentlemen: 

Attached is a list of requisitions currently being held pursuant 
to the procedures established by the Finance Committee of the 
Board of Supervisors. 

These positions are other than those which have been prooosed 
for deletion from the budget of San Francisco General Hospital 
for the fiscal year 1976 - 77- Therefore, we are requesting 
that these positions be released to relieve serious staffing 
problems in the Hospital at this time. 

Thank you for your urgent attention to this request. 

Very truly yours, 

•zj/Ua*L*U %.■ iu^,>h'E. 

FRANCIS / CURRY, 'm.D. 
Director of Public Health 



Enc. 



John J. Barbagelata 

Dorothy von Beroldingen 

John L. Hoi inari 

John Farrel 1 

Francis J. Curry, M.D. 

Charles Windsor / Walter Coulson, M.D. 

Rudolf Nothenberg 

Harvey Rose 

J. Mignola 

Charles R. Gross / H. Lum 



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City and County of San Francisco 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH 



SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL 

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BAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. 94 1 1 O 



May V., 7976 



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CLASS 6 TITLE REQUISITION NUMBER 



ACCOUNTING VEVT. 

1220 Payroll Clerk 
1650 Accountant 
1652 Si. Accountant 

ADMINISTRATION 

1450 Pnincipal Clerk Stenographer 
1464 Med. Clerk Stenographer 
2142 A66t. Administrator 
7355 Truck Vniver 
7355 Truck Vniver 

BILLING VEVT. 



1610 Account Clunk 
V1ETARV VEVT. 

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7424 Clunk Typiit 

2604 Food Service Worker 



2650 AtiiAtant Cook 
2654 Cook 



EKG VEVT. 



2432 ElcctyLOcan.diogna.ph Tech. 
ENGINEERING VEVT. 
7334 Stationary Engineer 
GENERAL SERVICES VEVT. 
2736 Porter 



V-3310 

T-50252 

T-50255 



V-3351 
P-3289 
P-3229 
P-3352 
T-50253 



P-3336 



P-3281 

P-2943 

P-3034 

P-3035 

P-3103 

P-3104 

T-50040 

T-50202 

T-50249 

T-50170 

P-3.116 

T-50146 



P-3319 



T-50156 



P-3141 
P-3146 
P-3173 



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CLASS 6 TITLE 



REQUISITION NUMBER 



GENERAL SERVICE VERT. {Cont'd.) 



2736 PotttVt 



2740 PotttVt V ottoman 

2742 Gtnvtal Svtvlcej> Spv&ti. 

LAUNDRY VERT. 

2760 Laundtty Wottkvt 
2770 Stt. Laundtty Wottkvt 
2772 SexvMtAaAA 

MEDICAL RECORVS VERT. 

1402 Jtt. Clvtk 
1404 Clvtk 



1414 Clvtk Typist 
1440 Med. T turns ctilbvt Typist 
1446 Stt. Clvtk Stmoqttpahvt 
UEVICAL SOCIAL SERVICES VERT. 

1424 Clvtk Typist 

2920 Med. Social Wottkvt 

NURSING SERVICE 



1414 Clvtk Typlit 
1444 Clvtk Stm.oqtm.phzh. 
1910 Inventory Clvtk 
2302 Ottdvily 



P-3212 

P-3259 

P-3290 

P-3291 

P-3333 

P-3335 

P-3346 

P-3347 

P-3348 

P-3349 

T-S0116 

T-50127 

T-50204 

T-50208 

T-50219 

T-50120 

T-50219 

T-50235 

T-50141 

T-50143 

T-50144 

P-3U1 

T-50177 

P-3072 



T-50148 
T-50146 
T-S01S0 



P-3309 
P-3171 
P-3277 
P-3283 
P-3275 
P-3U4 
P-3357 



P-3155 
P-3315 



P-3171 
P-3154 
P-3298 
P-3238 
P-3239 
P-3322 



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CLASS S TITLE 



REQUISITION NUMBER 



NURSING SERVICE {Cont'd. 
2302 OfideAly 






2312 LVN 
2320 RN 



2340 ORN 



2506 Czntfial Supply Rocm Aide. 
2525 Otuthopzdic Telh. II 

OUTPATIENT VEVT. 



1446 Sa. CleAk StmogfiaphoJi 
2112 Mzd. V-zzcxd Te/ihucJum 
25S6 Health WcfikeA II 



PATHOLOGY VEPT. 



1440 Mzd. Tfw.YH>cAi.bQJi Typibt 

PERSONNEL VEPT. 

1204 Sn. PesuonneJL Clink 
1424 CleAk Typi&t 
1426 Sn. CleAk Typl&t 
1446 Sn. Clznk S-tznognaphiA 

PHARMACY VEPT. 



2406 Phaxmacy HzlpzA 

■ RAVJOLOGY VEPT. 

1404 CleAk 

1424 CleAk Typist 

1440 Med. Tnci\ii,cAibiA Typist 

2424 K-Ray Lab Aide. 



P-3334 

T-S0137 

T-S0138 

T-50139 

T-S0141 

T-50195 

T-50209 

T-50214 

T-50233 

T-50254 

T-50216 

P-3355 

P-33S6 

T-50210 

T-50213 

T-50237 

V-3343 

P-3354 

T-5017S 

P-3293 

T-50129 



T-50165 
T-50239 
T-S0166 
T-50U3 
T-S0U4 



P-3204 



P-3263 
P-32S6 
P-3312 
P-3329 



P-3273 



P-3271 
P-3353 
P-3350 
P-3244 
P-327S 



[ExXzmion held - 1/1/76 - 6/30/76} 

[Extension held - 1/1/76 - 6/30/76} 

[ExiznUon held. - 1/1/76 - 6/30/76] 

[Extzmion held - 1/1/76 - 6/30/76} 



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CLASS S TITLE REQUISITION NtjMBER 

SOCIAL SERVICES VEVT. 

2910 SocUal WoikeA P-3285 

SWITCHBOARD 

170S Si. Ttttphonz Opuhaton P-3338 

P-3339 
P-3340 



TOTAL REQUISITIONS 109 
BREAKDOWN 

PERMANENT REQUISITIONS 65 

TEMPORARY REQUISITIONS 40 

TEMPORARY EXTENSIONS 4 

TOTAL 109 



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CALENDAR 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 






Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, May 19, 1976 Room 226, City Hall - 1:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, £fe4=i*tB=r4 , von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Molinari) 

1. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Controller, for judgments 
and claims; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-140. 
(Controller, RO 358) 

ACTION: R ecoii'-iond-id "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $15,000, City Attorney, for litigation 
and claims expense; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-153. 
(Controller, R0 378) 

ACT ION: Recommended "do pass" . 



3. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
amending Section 2.50 thereof, relating to the standard form 
of official notice of sale of General Obligation Bonds of the 
Citv and County; repealing Section 2.51. File 287-76. 

(City Attorney) 

Amended on Page 2, line 9, by substituting "the" for "any" 
ACTION: before "number"; and on line 10 by adding "not exceeding 

five (5) rates" after "interest rates"; recommended "do pass 

as amended" . 

4. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from McCormick-Morgan, Inc., for $150,000; from Philip 
Friedman for $936,730; and from David Hart for $46,500, 
required for expansion of the Southeast Water Pollution Control 
Plant. File 470-75-6. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 337) 

ACTION: Amended by deleting property acquisition of Block 5313, 
Lot 22, owned by David Hart, for $46,500; recommended 
"do pass as amended" . 

5. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 
from James H. and Ella K. Holt for $96,000, required for 
expansion of the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. 
File 470-75-7. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 390) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



6. Ordinance appropriating $75,400, Superior Court, for operation; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-145. (Controller, RO 361) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- May 19, 3 976 



OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
8182 Head Attorney, District Attorney's Office. File 31-76-15. 
(District Attorney) 

ACTION: Taken up from table; scheduled for public hearing 
on May 26, 1976 . 



Motion that freeze be lifted on the following requisitions and 
minor adjustments to capital improvement contracts . 
File 358-75. 

Requisitions 

District Attorney 

E 0236 8183 Assistant Chief Attorney II 

E 0237 8181 Assistant Chief Attorney 

E 0238 8182 Head Attorney 

E 0239 8180 Principal Attorney 

E 0230 8180 Principal Attorney 

ACTION: Adopted . 



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? BUDGET STATEMENT OF DOCUMENTS 

SUPERVISOR JOHN J. BARBAGELATA 
ON BEHALF OF THE^ FINANCE COMMITTEE JUN 1 a 13 'o 

^Ui FFjA/4CUiCO 
QPDKJC U0&ARY 

The Finance Committee, Supervisors Mollnari, von Beroldingen 
and the undersigned, herein present to the Board its recommended 
City and County Budget for the fiscal year 1976-77. 

Initially, the Committee commends and thanks Controller John 
Farrell, his budget assistants Thomas Nerney and David Fong, the 
Mayor's Budget Analyst, Rudolf Nothenberg, and their staffs for 
their valued assistance and cooperation. All of these persons 
expended long hours to guide the Committee in its recommendations. 

After completing an intensive record-breaking, four-week 
budget review, Supervisors Molinari, von Beroldingen and 1 submit 
the Finance Committee recommendations to the Board with unanimity. 

As previously announced, all members of the Board were cor- 
dially invited to attend the Finance Committee's departmental 
hearings and budget sessions, and to favor the Committee with any 
recommendations they might have to offer. The Committee welcomed 
those who found it possible to attend, and the comments of all who 
submitted them. 

The budget data of the School District and the Community College 
District are not included below because these budgets, by law, are 
not subject to either review or action by the Board. 

COMPARATIVE BUDGET DATA 

1975-76 Budget $726.7 million 

1976-77 Mayor's Recommended Budget $775.2 million 

1976-77 Finance Committee's Recommended 

Reduction of Mayor's Budget $ 34.2 million 

1976-77 Finance Committee's Recommended 

Budget $741.0 million 

Based on readily available records, the Finance Committee's 
recommendations represent the largest total reductions in the 



City's history, and have resulted in only a 1.97 percent increase 
from the current year's budget. 

PERSONNEL DATA 

In addition to the Mayor's reductions, the Committee has re- 
commended that 703 new and existing positions be eliminated. For 
many of the new and existing vacant positions which were approved 
for 1976-77, the funding has been provided so as to be available 
when Civil Service anticipates it can provide the personnel. The 
combined effect of these actions results in an approximately 
$18.8 million savings. 

In keeping with the thinking of the Board and in response 
to the demands of the taxpayers, the Committee has incorporated 
a provision in the budget for inclement weather conditions 
affecting a few classes of employement. If the Board does not 
desire to implement this provision , the Committee will support 
the majority thinking of the Board. However, it should be noted 
that the non-acceptance of this provision would result in a budget 
increase in personnel costs amounting to $1.6 million. Any member 
that desires to delete this provision may make the appropriate 
motion to do so. 

Recent increases to retirement contributions for City em- 
ployees, in accordance with the recommendations of the Retirement 
Board's consulting actuaries, will add an estimated $17 million 
which has not yet been reflected in this year's budget. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Excluding the mandated Family Support Bureau, the Mayor 
approved 57 new positions for the District Attorney's Office. 
This represents nearly a 49% increase in the existing staff of 
117. With regard to the recently created Family Support Bureau, 
the Mayor approved 121 positions on a permanent basis. While the 
Committee recognizes the fact that the crime rate has increased, 
it believes that the District Attorney must operate in the most 
efficient, effective and economical manner possible and has 
therefore recommended the deletion of 41 of the 57 new positions 



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approved by the Mayor. However, it has recommended the approval 
of 15 new positions for the Homicide, Robbery, Burglary, Consumer 
Fraud, Felony Assault and Theft Units and 1 administrative posi- 
tion. 

As a result of temporary funding in the latter part of the 
current fiscal year, the District Attorney has already filled 
104 of the 121 Family Support Bureau positions. While the Com- 
mittee recognizes that this mandated program is estimated to be 
self-sustaining, approximately 25 percent of the revenues must 
result from the successful efforts of the new employees to effect 
collections for child support from absent parents. Whether or not 
sufficient collections to supplement the Federal and State re- 
imbursements will completely eliminate the need for an ad valorem 
tax requirement in this program is not absolutely known at this 
time. The Committee notes that the District Attorney's budget 
explanation itself states that the budget request is based 
"....entirely on speculation..." 

The Committee questions whether quickly hiring a large staff 
for a new Family Support program costing over $2.3 million is 
prudent and has recommended the elimination of the 17 new posi- 
tions which have not yet been filled in this fiscal year. Further, 
the Committee has decided that any positions in this Bureau be 
immediately frozen as they become vacant and is requesting the 
District Attorney to submit a detailed program evaluation report 
to the Finance Committee by April 1, 1977. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Currently, the Fire Department has 190 unfilled positions. 
The Committee has recommended that 82 of these vacant firefighter 
positions be unfunded. This would result in a savings to the 
taxpayers, with no decrease in service , of $2.5 million. The 
Committee did approve $1.0 million for overtime. The Committee 
has authorized the filling of the remaining 108 vacant positions 
effective November 15, 1976. The Committe decided not to fill 



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these positions prior to November 15 since depending on the out- 
come of the June and November elections, the salary and retirement 
costs for uniformed personnel could be as much as $1.0 million annual- 
ly less than the current costs for these 108 positions. Such 
savings would magnify into additional millions of dollars over 
the service life of these employees. The Committee has reviewed 
all of these recommendations with the Chief of the Department. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

The Police Department's budget has a total amount of approxi- 
mately $570,000 for a Community Relations Program, including funds 
for 15 uniformed personnel. The Committee stands solidly behind 
the strengthening of the Police Department. However, the Committee 
urges the department to obtain available State or Federal funds 
to finance a portion of the Community Relations Program rather 
than entirely using ad valorem taxes. In this regard, the Com- 
mittee decided to delete 1 Sergeant and 6 Police Officers effective 
October 1, 1976, with the hope that these classifications, which 
are assigned in the Community Relations Program, can be funded 
with outside grants. Further, in view of the 120 vacant positions 
in the department, the Committee has recommended the unfunding of 
28 uniformed positions which will not reduce the current manning of 
the department . The Chief of Police, at the Committee's request, 
determined which positions should be unfunded. The Committee 
recognizing the need to maintain efficient and safe police vehicles, 
has recommended the approval of 175 new vehicles. Further, the 
Committee substantially supports the balance of the Department's 
budget. 

MUNICIPAL RAILWAY 

The Committee has recommended a cut in the platform wages in 
the amount of $1.2 million, which will maintain the same level of 
service currently being provided. It has also recommended a reduc- 
tion of $556,227 in order that platform employees no longer be paid 
accident compensation on the first day of their injuries on duty, 



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but rather to receive the same benefits as miscellaneous employees. 
Further, the Committee deleted a $1.5 million trust fund which is 
set aside in the budget to be paid to the Transport Workers Union 
of America. The Board, at its discretion, may restore this fund 
in August at salary setting time for platform employees for the 
1976-77 fiscal year. On the advice of the Budget Analyst, the 
Committee has also recommended a cut of $543,063, since it has 
been determined it would be more economical to effect the rebuild- 
ing of engines and transmissions for all buses on an in-house basis 
in lieu of accomplishing some of this work through an outside con- 
tract. A continuation of this work on an in-house basis should not 
affect either the level of service or the Bafety of the buses. 
Finally, the Committee has recommended the deletion of 73 vacant 
positions, and was guided by the department in determining which 
positions should be deleted. This action will result in a savings 
of $1.4 million. 

SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL 

The new San Francisco Medical Center is expected to open 
later this year. As a result, the Committee has recommended the 
approval of 71 new positions. The Committee has recommended the 
deletion of 97 vacant positions and, at the request of the Com- 
mittee, the deleted positions were selected by the Department of 
Public Health personnel. The deletion of the 97 positions will 
result in a cost reduction of $1.5 million. 

LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL 

The Committee has recommended the filling of 52 vacant 
positions, including revenue-related positions of Billing and 
Collections Supervisor and Head Accountant, and various nursing 
positions. Cenerally, they represent the top priority positions 
of the department. However, the Committee, noting that the 
average daily census has declined at Laguna Honda, has recommend- 
ed the elimination of 87 vacant positions, resulting in a cost 
reduction of $1.4 million. 



COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CMHS) 

The Committee is alarmed with the realization that (1) various 
Federal grants supporting CMHS programs are significantly declining, 
and (2) the Short Doyle revenues are inadequate to limit City 
costs to 10 percent of program expenditures. These findings were 
noted in the Budget Analyst's management audit report completed 
in January, 1976. In fact, the Mayor's proposed budget for CMHS 
contains an ad valorem tax requirement of over $4-4 million in 
addition to the City's required ad valorem matching funds for the 
Short Doyle and other grant revenues. The Committee, therefore, 
has recommended reductions totalling approximately $1.2 million, 
with emphasis on retaining professional staff. Most of the 
specific reductions recommended by the Committee were selected 
by CMHS personnel at the request of the Committee. The Committee 
has recommended approval of a new position of Billing and Collec- 
tion Supervisor. It is the hope of the Committee that this posi- 
tion will assist CMHS in implementing an adequate billing system in 
order to realize a substantial increase in patient fees, including 
fees due from Insurance companies. As noted in the aforementioned 
management audit report, the existing inadequate billing system 
has resulted in a loss of up to $3 million of such fees. The 
Committee has recommended approval of $43,500 in the administra- 
tion budget of the Department of Public Health for an outside 
consultant to make an evaluation as to the quality of treatment 
provided by CMHS as well as to evaluate the other programs 
throughout the Department. Upon completion of the portion of 
the report relating to CMHS, the Committee will carefully analyze 
the recommendations with a view toward a reorganization of CMHS. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

The Board of Supervisors' Budget Bureau has been strenghtened 
through the approval of three new positions which will be funded 
effective January 1, 1977. This additional staff should more 
than pay for itself through the continued effort by the Budget 



Bureau to determine facts and make recommendations with a clear- 
cut objective of effecting hard cash savings for taxpayers. A 
top priority of the Budget Bureau will be to serve as the chief 
economic advisor to the Board of Supervisors. This Bureau will 
provide financial data and related statistics on applicable 
proposed legislation. Such data can then be used by the Board 
members in their decision-making processes. Reports to the Board 
on the economic issues will contain both the pluses and minuses 
of the proposed legislation. In priority order, the Budget Bureau 
will fulfill the following responsibilities: 

(1) Review the annual budget and report all recommendations 
upon completion of such review. 

(2) Analyze and report on proposed legislation and any other 
matters wherein financial data and related statistics 
could be pertinent in the Board's decision-making 
processes. These reports will include the estimated 
costs and the pluses and minuses of the applicable issues. 

(3) Compare the current years' budgeted revenues and expen- 
ditures with actual revenues and expenditures, and report 
such data, together with resulting surpluses or deficits, 
on a monthly basis. 

(4) Estimate the annual tax rate and include in such estimates 
the data obtained from the Assessor's Office relating to 
revisions In assessed valuation. 

(5) Institute or cause to be instituted a full program budget- 
ing system for the entire City and County budget. 

(6) Prepare annual projections of revenues and expenditures 
of the subsequent five fiscal years and make recom- 
mendations for expenditures compatible with revenue 
estimates . 

COUNTY CLERK 

The County Clerk requested 26 new positions to deal with his 
increased mandated responsibilities. The Committee has recom- 
mended approval of 12 of the 26 positions requested as a result 
of this increased work load. 



PUBLIC DEFENDER 

As a result of Increased workload, the Committee has recom- 
mended approval of 12 new positions Including 9 Attorneys on a 
permanent basis which the Court had already mandated. 

SHERIFF 

The Committee has recommended approval of 35 new positions 
for the Sheriff including 29 Station Officers for the City Prison 
whose jurisdiction has been transferred from the Police Department 
to the Sheriff, and 6 Rehabilitation Counselors to provide educa- 
tion opportunities and professional counsel to the Inmate population, 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

The Committee believes that through increased efficiency, 
the Public Library could reduce personnel without a corresponding 
reduction in services. Therefore, the Committee has decided that 
as the budgeted positions for Library Pages, Library Assistants, 
Library Technical Assistants, and Librarians become vacant in 
fiscal year 1976-77, such positions will continue to be frozen 
in order that a reduction in staff can be effected without layoffs. 
As such positions are vacated, the Finance Committee urges the 
Public Library to make reassignments in order that none of the 
branch libraries have to be closed. If the Public Library decides 
that services must be reduced, the Committee urges that the Library 
consider closing the Business Branch unless it establishes fees 
which would sustain the operations of this branch. 

MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RELATIONS PANEL (MERP ) 

The Committee believes that the functions of MERP, including 
the improvement of employer-employee relations, could be handled 
more effectively through the Civil Service Commission. Therefore, 
the Committee has recommended the elimination of MERP but has 
left $49,448 in this budget for reappropriation to the Civil 
Service Commission. 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

The number of General Assistance recipients In San Francisco 
(8,765) as compared to our population (671,000) is shocking. This 
welfare program Is 100% funded from local ad valorem taxes. San 
Francisco, as of 1976, had from 3.5 to 17 times as many recipients 
per capita as did other large counties with population In excess 
of 700,000. The Committee believes that the following comparisons 
clearly indicated that this program is in immediate need of drastic 
major reforms. 



County 

Orange 

Marin 

Monterey 

Riverside 



Population 

1,400,000 

216,000 

247,000 

460,000 



Los Angeles 7,100,000 

San Mateo 574,000 

San Diego 1,360,000 

Alameda 1,100,000 

Santa Clara 1,100,000 

San Joaquin 290,000 

Contra Costa 587,000 

Sacramento 637,000 



Number of 
General Assistance 
Recipients 

1,056 

196 

351 

616 
15,025 
1,207 
4,000 
3,712 
4,138 
1,040 
2,294 
3,395 



Number of Times Per 
Capita That San Fran- 
cisco's General Assis- 
tance recipients exceeds 
other counties. 

17 times 

14 

9 
10 

6 

6 
4.4 
4 

3.5 
4 

3.3 
2.5 



The total amount approved by the Mayor for General Assistance 
is $7.8 million. The Committee has recommended a cut of $3.9 (50%) 
The Committee strongly believes that the General Assistance rolls 
must be drastically reduced in San Francisco in line with other 
Bay Area counties, and is therefore Insisting that the Department 
manage with a reduced General Assistance budget. It is apparent 
that the Department policies and those of other counties are not 
in agreement. Also, that proper management will divert large 
numbers of general relief clients to State and federally funded 
programs. The amount the Committee budgeted for these programs is 
comparable to the most liberally operated programs of the Bay Area 



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counties. It should be noted that San Francisco In comparison 
to population has 3.3, 4, 3.5, 6, and 14 times as many clients 
as Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Marin counties 
respectively. 

The Committee believes that the minimum monthly grants to 
qualified recipients should be Increased as soon as the program Is 
under control and In line with the ratio of users to population 
in other comparable counties. 

The Committee has recommended approval of 21 new positions for 
the Department In order to strengthten the quality of eligibility 
determinations, including two new positions reporting to the Con- 
troller for the purpose of monitoring and auditing eligibility 
determinations and aid payments made to welfare recipients. 
SINGLE MEN'S REHABILITATION CENTER 

The Committee has recommended phasing out the Single Men's 
Rehabilitation Center (SMRC) program by providing this program with 
funding for only seven months. The Committee noted that many of the 
residents at SMRC, who have alcoholic problems, continue to be 
treated at SMRC on repeated occasions without resulting in sub- 
stantial beneficial rehabilitative effects. It is the Committee's 
opinion that these unfortunate people will best be served by the 
City's Bureau of Alcoholism. 

AME NDMENTS TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS OF THE ANNUAL 
APPROPRlAtltiN ORDINANCE AND ANNUAL SALARY ORDINANCE 

Based on data furnished by the Controller and the Civil Service 
Commission, the Committee recommends amendments to the Annual Ap- 
propriation Ordinance and Annual Salary Ordinance in accordance 
with the attached reports from the Controller and the General 
Manager, Personnel. In the absence of contrary directives from 
the Board, the Committee will proceed further as recommended therein. 

BOARD ACTION 

At the regular Board meeting of May 24, I will move that the 
budget, as amended by the Board in accordance with the Committee's 
recommendations, be adopted. 







^ERv'lS0><f6HN J. BARBAGELATA 
Chairman, Finance Committee 

Attachments _m- 



City and County of San Francisco 



DFFICE OF 

NTROLLER May 14, 1976 

(Revised) 



The honorable the Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Re: Annual Appropriation and 
Salary Ordinance for 
Fiscal Year 1976-77 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 



I am submitting for your approval the following additions 
to the administrative provisions of the Annual Appropriation 
Ca-dinances and the charges and deductions for maintenance in the 
Annual Salary Ordinance for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1976. 

I Annual Appropriation Ordinances 

In accordance with Section #6.203 of the Charter, I am rec- 
ommending for your approval the following additions to the Admin- 
istrative provisions of the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year commencing July 1, 1976: 

1. Limitation on number of departmental representatives to 
be allowed travel expenses (Section 18 of the appropria- 
tion ordinance); and 

2. Monthly Schedule of the Unfilled Positions and Annual 
Schedule of Allotments for all operating appropriations 
(except maintenance of buildings and equipment). 

A copy of the proposed text of these additions is enclosed. 

II Charcrc s and Deductions f or Maintenance 

I am recommending the following charges and deductions for 
maintenance to be listed in Section 1.35 of the Annual Salary Ordi- 
nance for the fiscal year commencing July 1, .1976: 



The honorable the Board of Supervisors 

Page two 

May 14, 1976 (Revised) 

II Charges and Deductions for Maintenance (Continued) 

1. Meals 

a. Hetch Hetchy Boarding House 

(except O'Shaughnessy Guest Cottage) 

Breakfast $ 2.00 per meal 

Lunch 4.00 per meal 

Dinner 6.00 per raeal 

b. O'Shaughnessy Guest Cottage 40.00 per day 

c. Department of Public Health 

Breakfast 1.50 per meal 

Lunch 2.75 per meal 

Dinner 2.25 per meal 

d. Juvenile Court-All Institutions 1.05 per meal 

e. Recreation & Park - Camp Mather 

Adults & Children, 12 and over 2.25 per meal 
Children under 12 1.45 per meal 

2. Laundry 4.20 /bi-weekly 
(With the exception of the free launder- pay period 

ing of uniforms for interns, residents, 
nurses and kitchen helpers in addition 
to free laundry allowed other employees). 

3. Room 4.60 /bi-weekly 
(With the exception of free rooms fur- pay period; or 

nished to interns and residents). .50 / night 

4. Tent or Bunk - per person 2.0 7 /bi-weekly 

pay period 
.25 /night 

5. House or Apartment 

a. Larger Residence on Millbrae Yard 

Property 22.99 /bi-weekly 

pay period 

b. All others 2.30 to $13.80 per 

bi-weekly pay 
period in ac- 



The honorable the Board of Supervisors 

Page three 

May 14, 1976 (Revised) 



II . Charges and Deductions for Maintenance (Continued) 



b. All others cordance with 

the recommenda- 
tions of the 
Director of 
Property. 



ery truly yours, 




^L (^Z^ToajJlMj 



'JjDHN C. FARRELL 
CONTROLLER 



1- Limitation on Number of Departmental Representatives to be 
Allowed Travel Expenses 

Annual Appropriation Ordinance, Section 18, Add New Next-To-Last 
Paragraph, as follows: 

No more than one representative from one board, commission, 
office or department shall be allowed travel expenses in con- 
nection with one event, unless specific provisions authorizing 
travel expenses to be payable to more than one representative 
to such event are contained in the approved budget for the board, 
commission, office or department concerned or other prior ap- 
proval has been obtained from the Finance Committee. 

2- Monthly Schedule of Unfilled Positions and Annual Schedule 
of Allotments 

No later than the 15th day of every month, each department or 
agency for which an appropriation for permanent salaries or for 
wages is made in this appropriation ordinance shall submit to the 
Mayor, to the Controller and to the Finance Committee of the Board 
of Supervisors a schedule showing as of the last day of the pre- 
ceding month every authorized position (by classification) for 
which funds were not being used as of that date. In the event any 
requisition is outstanding against such position, the date of the 
submission of such requisition shall be indicated. 

No later than sixty days after the enactment of the annual ap- 
propriation ordinance each department shall submit to the Con- 
troller a monthly or quarterly allotment schedule for all appro- 
priation accounts other than those for capital improvements, 
maintenance of buildings or equipment and reconstruction and re- 
placement. The Controller shall not approve any encumbrance 
request or the incurring of any liability subject to such an al- 
lotment schedule which is in excess of the monthly or quarterly 
allotment schedule without the consent of the Mayor and the 
Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors. 

The Controller shall in writing notify the Mayor and the 
Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors of 
any request for encumbrance or request to extend in excess of any 
monthly or quarterly allotment. 

In case of eraerqency which could not be anticipated at the time 
of apportionment, an additional allotment for a period may be made 
on the recommendations of the Department and that of the C.A.O., 
Board or Commission with approval of the Controller. 



Crnr and County of San Francisco 

''JPERVIStfRS 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION; 



CO 



>ph C. Terentino 
President 

lism Jnck Chow 
/ice President 

rank N.'AI'nto 
•ncvicvo Powell 
aneil Salomon 
lommissioners 



151 CITY HALL ,-- n rnr> n 
SAN PRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 94fd2uB PI] ^ £/, 

PY 
1416)658 6624 — , 

April 26, 1976 




Bernard Orsl 
General Manager, Personnel 



The Honorable 

Board of Supervisors - " *■„■ 

235 - City Hall '•'■"' 

San Francisco, California .; 

Dear Supervisors: 

The Civil Service Commission at its meeting of April 19, 1976 recommended 
and adopted amendments to the following sections of the Administrative 
Provisions of the Annual Salary Ordinance for 1976-77: (Deleted language in- 
dicated by the symbol (/) - New language by capitalization). 

1. Section 1.32.2. "Compensations and Working Conditions under Section 

8.U03 oT the Charter." 

Since Charter Section 6.1j03 no longer exists, this section has no 
applicability to the wage setting provisions under Sections 8.I4.OO or B.hOl of 
the Charter. The entire section is recommended for deletion. 

2. Section 1.3U. "Maximum Rate for Part-Time Service." 

The average salary percentage increase for all classes subject to 
Charter. Sections 8.U00 and 6.1*01 for 1976-77 is 2.73/j. The current part-time 
rate of $292 per month should be adjusted to $300.00 per month. Section 1.3U 
is amended accordingly* 

"As provided in Section 8.300 of the Charter, the maximum 
rate effective July 1, X?7% 1976 for inmate help or student 
nurses or part-time service shall not exceed -tfytd/Hvbidxdd 
&Mii/fM/46U4i£/W$W/ 33OO.OO per month, including the 
value of any allowances. 

3. Section 1.35. "Charges and Deductions for Maintenance." 

With the deletion of Section 5 .1*03 from the Charter, this section has 
no applicability to wage setting provisions. The first sentence of Section 1.35 
is amended to delete the reference to. Charter Section 8. 1*03: 

"Compensations fixed herein for all employees vheccompen- 
sations are subject to the provisions of Section Li.liOO 
pV/n/k'0X of xhe Charter and including ..." 



U. Section I.36. "High Time - 7338 Linemai - Hetch Hctchy Project." 



The Honorable o April 26, 1976 

Board of Supervisors 
Page tiro 

Since negotiations are still pending with the Board of Supervisors, it 
was the recomiTendation of the Civil Service Commission that the premium pay 
allowed linemen by this provision be referred to the meet and confer process 
of the Board of Supervisors. It therefore recommended the deletion of this 
section. 

* 

. f>. Section 1.3» "Exceptions to Normal V/ork Schedules For VJhich No Extra 
Compensation is Authoi*ized." 

The Civil Service Commissi on recommended and adopted the following 
amendments to this section: 

"... provided that subject to fiscal provisions of the 
Charter the provisions of this section may be teVipW^r^jf 
suspended for a specified period of time ;o allow overtime 
payment as provided in Section Y - (A) AND HOLIDAY PAY AS 
PROVIDED IN SECTION VI - (B) of the Salary Standardization 
Ordinance during eWrWrfcV periods when so certified by 
the Appointing Officer and subject to the approval by the 
Civil Service Commission." 



Very vKSuly yours, 
CIv/l/sERVICE COMMJBi/IOl 




$MjJ^ 




Bernard Orsi 

Jeneral Manager, Personnel 



SF 



Jjf 3cfi i (i <' ' ' . fa 
RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 
FOR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS 



May 24 1976 
(Revised) 



1976 - 1977 



Line Item 



From 



To 



19 


10 




14 




15 


20 


13 


21 


11 




17 




20 




23 


22 


5 




6 




8 




10 




18 




21 


24 


5 


32 


4 




10 


33 


7 




13 




16 


34 


3 



51 
52 



53 
55 
57 



20 



39 


14 


42 


1 




4 




13 




15 


43 


1 




15 




16 




19 


44 


18 




23 



17 
3 



ADULT PROBATION 

Travel Expense 
Telephone and Telegraph 
Postage 

Reduction Not Detailed 
Future Grants 
Tires and Tubes 

Stationery and Office Supplies 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
Lighting Fixtures and Lamps 
Linen 

Cleaning Supplies 
Toiletries 

1 Class 5 Auto with radio (1-0) 
1 Dictating Machine 
1 Control Unit, Alarm System 
ART COMMISSION 

**Temporary Salaries 

Telephone and Telegraph 
Furthering Visual Arts 
Neighborhood Arts Program and 

Supporting Services 
Municipal Art Gallery 
Materials for Maintenance of 

Works of Art 
Membership Dues 

ASSESSOR 

1424 Clerk Typist (7-8)Mayor's cLer. 66,702 
Overtime 
**Temporary Salaries 
Reproduction Services 
Postage 

Use of Employee Cars 
Tires and Tubes 

Photographic Equipment or Supplies 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
Reduction Not Detailed 
Membership Dues 

CITY ATTORNEY 



1460 Senior Legal Stenographer 

(3 - 4) 
8180 Principal Attorney, Civil 

and Criminal (13 - 14) 



INDEX 


111 


500 


330 


22,500 


20,000 


6,175 


5,175 





-425 


2,500 





350 


150 


12,000 


10,070 


2,100 


1,575 


215 


130 


2,400 


1,300 


475 


300 


850 


400 


4,200 





400 


200 


475 





INDEX 


113 


1,870 


1,500 


30,000 


20,000 


124,500 


114,000 


3,500 


3,000 


800 


600 


410 


275 


INDEX 


115 


66,702 


76,231 


3,000 


2,200 


120,000 


105,000 


2,700 


2,500 


47,074 


43,125 


38,500 


35,000 


200 


100 


i 2,200 


1,900 


900 


800 





-609 


320 


265 


INDEX 


117 


38,966 


50,863* 


421,384 


454,453* 



*Funds provided from Port Commission, Page 1592 
Line 6A 



16 1458 Legal Stenographer (2-1) 
10 Printing 
1 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 



20,326 


10,163 


500 


300 


500 


250 





INDEX 


117 




341 







128 


80 




421 


285 




800 


400 


236 


,474 


243,776 


47 


,255 


48,846 


18 


,345 


19,001 


12 


,847 


11,197 


2, 


,979 


2,385 


1 


,310 


983 



ige Line Item From To 

CITY ATTORNEY 

57 15 2 Stenographic Desks 
16 2 Stenographic Chairs 
18 1 Calculator 

58 7 2 Electric Typewriters (2-1) 
25 Retirement Allowances RET 

59 1 Social Security - Employers 

Tax CON 
2 Health Service System HSS 

7 Retirement Allowance RET 

8 Social Security CON 

9 Health Service System HSS 

20 Services of Other Departments 

21 ***l/2 8182 Head Attorney 21,094 

*** Funds derived from reduction of supplemental budget, 
page 105, line 8, transferring the cost to the City 
Attorney Office. 



CITY PLANNING INDEX 119 

64 2 5278 Planner II (15-13) 242,167 209,879 

6 5280 Planner III (6-5) 119,960 102,921 

67 1 **Temporary Salaries 25,571 25,571 
22 Reduction Not Detailed -14,923 

68 4 Maintenance & Repair of 

Buildings - PWR 1,200 

16 Instruments, Lab. Equipment 

and Supplies 2,500 2,000 

17 Photographic Equipment and 
Supplies 2,500 2,000 

Office Supplies and Devices 10,000 9,500 
Books, Maps, and Other 

Publications 1,200 1,050 

1 Noise Level Meter (1-0) 350 

Membership Dues 925 

Retirement Allowance RET 173,552 158,749 
Social Security - Employers 

Tax CON . 48,763 44,288 

Health Service System HSS 17,690 16,052 

Controller - EDP 6,969 2,000 





18 




19 


69 


17 


70 


2 




9 




11 




12 




23 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION INDEX 121 

75 9 Affirmative Action Coordinator 

(1-0) 22,179 

24 1240 Asst. Personnel Analyst 
(1-0) 

78 7 **Temporary Salaries 
12 Travel Expense 

21 (l)other Special and Professional 

Services 

22 Fingerprinting 

79 4 "/Actuarial Evaluation of Fringe 

Benefits of Platform Employees 

80 15 1 Paper Shredder 

81 2 Membership Dues 

8 Retirement Allowance RET 

9 Social Security - Employers 

Tax CON 
10 Health Service System HSS 

-2- 



442B531 







52,500 


47 


,500 


900 







10,000 


10 


,000 


7,500 


3 


,000 


8,000 


8 


,000 


2,500 







1,000 




50 


225,923 


222 ; 


,351 


65,994 


65, 


,099 


26,863 


26, 


535 



Page Line Item 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 




82 10 Implementation of Training Ordinance 3,800 



(1) Not to be used for Flex-time. 

(2) Funds reserved pending Finance Committee 
release. 



INDEX 123 



104 


4 


104 


12 


104 


14 


104 


16 


105 


2 


107 


10 


107 


13 


107 


17 


107 


19 


108 


15 


119 


17 




23 


120 


4 




5 




8 




14 




15 



24 



CONTROLLER 

**Temporary Salaries 
Travel Expense 
Reproduction Services 
Pos tage 

Professional and Spec .Serv. -Audits 
Assess. -Bay Area Sewage Serv. Agency 
Retirement Allowances - State 
General Fund-Social Security 
Other Funds-Social Security 
Health Service System-Gen. Fund HSS 
CONTROLLER - EDP 

**Temporary Salaries - Police 190,845 184,845 
**Temporary Salaries - SFGH 29,283 19,532 
Travel Expense - Routine 400 200 
Maintenance and Repair of Bldgs. 33,000 31,800 
Telephone 19,662 18,000 
Rental/lease Machine 2,954,914 2,951,649 
Rental/lease Office Machine- 
Specific Project 61,463 54,966 
Use of Employee Cars 1,400 1,200 





14 


,000 14,000 
936 500 




8 


,000 7,000 




154 


,000 150,000 




30 


,000 10,000 


r 


81 


,426 70,000 


7 


,326, 


,783 7,130,263 


2 


,429. 


,005 2,346,287 


1 


,673, 


,317 1,645,999 
INDEX 124 



EMERGENCY SERVICES 



130 9 Postage 

131 23 1 VHF Two-Way Radio 

132 12 Rental 



INDEX 131 



800 

1,200 

19,110 



560 



16,764 



138 


14 


1424 


138 


20 


1458 


138 


22 


1460 


138 


24 


1652 


138 


23a 


1650 


139 


3 


3632 


139 


10 


8146 


139 


13 


8147 


139 


13a 


8147 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Clerk Typist (5-0) 

Legal Steno (8-5) Eff. 10-1-76 

Sr. Legal Steno (3-0) 

Sr. Accountant (2-0)* 

Accountant (0-2) Eff. 10-1-76* 

Librarian II pt (1-0) 

Investigator (11-12) 

Sr. Invest. (8-3)Eff. 10-1-76** 

Sr. Invest. (O-l)Eff. 10-1-76** 



INDEX 141 



42,455 

81,078 

33,354 

27,906 



6,799 

172,518 

124,411 






38,111 




17,359 



186,875 

34,998 

11,666 



Line Item 



From 



To 



139 


18 


139 


20 


139 


22 


139 


25 


142 


9 


142 


10 


142 


12 


142 


D 


142 


17 


143 


7 


143 


8 


143 


23 


143 


25 


144 


4 


144 


9 


144 


10 


144 


17 


145 


14 


146 


6 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY 



8176 Trial Attorney(14-7)Eff. 10-1-76 

8178 Sr. Attorney (9-0) 

8180 Prin.Attorney(3-l)Eff. 10-1-76 

8182 Head Attorney (2-0) 

Travel 

Maint.and Repair of Office Equip. 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Postage 

Other Professional .Special Services 

Office Supplies and Devices 

Fuels, Lubricants and Oil 

Z52 Autos, Class 9 

l$2 Police Radios 

10 Typing Desks 

273 Desks, Typist 

2710 Chairs, Typist 

1$ll Typewriters 

Mandatory Fringe Benefits 

District Attorney's Special Fund 





INDEX 141 


274 


,632 


102,987 


208, 


,451 





83! 


,946 


20,987 


60 ; 


,189 





2 


,000 





2 


,000 


1,600 


32 


,000 


21,875 


7 


,000 


5,300 


6 


,000 


4,000 


16 


,000 


12,000 


6 


,000 


3,000 


19 


,800 


6,760 


6 


,600 


2,200 




500 







600 


300 




400 


200 


4 


,200 


2,450 


741 


,223 


576,704 


40 


,000 


17,500 



*Downgrade 2-1652 Sr. Accountants to 1650 Accountants. 
**Downgrade 1-8147 Sr. Investigator to 8146 Investigator. 



151 14 



EDUCATION - COUNTY OFFICES 



Equipment 



INDEX 143 



500 



159 


15 




15A 


166 


19 


167 


4 


168 


7 




23 


169 


1 




3 




4 




5 




6 




8 




10 




11 


170 


1 




20 




25 


171 


5 




7 




9 




23 


173 


12 




13 




17 


174 


25 


175 


21 




24 


176 


11 


176 


18 


177 


3 



FIRE DEPARTMENT* 



H2 Firefighters (1170-1083) 21 

H2 Firefighters (82) F 

Holiday pay-Fireboat/Waterfront 

Holiday pay-Airport 

Holiday and Overtime Wages 

Maint.and Repair of Other Equip. 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Postage 

Advertising 

Subscriptions 

Cleaning, Laundry and Towel Serv. 

Janitorial Services 

Pest Control 

Examination of New Members 

Maint.and Repair of Buildings PWR 

Multigraph Parts, Supplies 

Batteries - Power Supplies 

Shades, Linoleum and Carpet 

Books and Literature-Consumable 

Paint and Brushes, etc. 

Class 7 4-Dr. Passenger Automobiles 

(10-5) 
Electric Typewriter (6-1) 
Manual Typewriters (25-13) 
Apparatus & Vehicle Outfitting 
1 Electric Typewriter 
Retirement Allowance-Current RET 15 
Health Service System HSS 
Elec. Data Proc. (Mayor ' s Cler.Er.) 
Revolving Fund 
Replace 13 Bi-Fold Doors in 8 Sta. 



INDEX 145 


,989,056 20 


,487,784 


18,000 


15.100 


40,000 


34,100 


15,267 


2,300 


1,000 





38,928 


35,000 


1,820 


1,620 


2,800 


1,600 


476 


350 


2,457 


2,200 


38,843 


31,000 


400 


50 


8,750 


5,250 


26,100 


25,250 


1,620 


1,300 


3,000 


2,200 


2,000 


750 


500 


150 


1,273 


1,000 


28,650 


20,750 


685 


420 


3,687 


2,990 


31,250 


14,750 


685 


420 


,782,839 15, 


105,660 


558.230 


531,33-i 





32,966 


1,000 


500 


105,800 






Page Line Item From To 



FIRE DEPARTMENT* CONTINUED INDEX 145 



^Controller to reserve $300,000 of salary 
savings from vacant positions to be used 
for supplemental appropriation for extended 

wnrlc wpVj If pprps^ary Funds for filling 

of vacant H2 positions on permanent requisi- 
tions are not to be released until after 
the results of the November 1976 election 
have been certified by the Registrar of 
Voters . 



HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION INDEX 147 

182 9 Travel 

11 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 
13 Telephone and Telegraph 
16 Subscriptions 
23 Use of Employees Cars 

183 2 Stationery and Office Supplies 
3 Other Materials and Supplies 

12 Electric Typewriter (3-1) 
18 Membership Dues 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN 

195 3 Travel expense 750 
7 Telephone and Telegraph 1,660 1,352 
9 Subscriptions 250 100 

196 2 Tape Recorder 373 
5 Membership Dues 200 



600 





500 


400 


8,000 


6,000 


415 


300 


1,000 


900 


5,000 


4,000 


500 





1,206 


420 


125 





N INDEX 


150 






Pace Line Item 



From 



To 



CITY DEMONSTRATION AGENCY 



220 5 Travel 

220 9 Postage 

17 Landscaping 

20 Janitorial Service 



229 
227 
228 



229 



230 
231 



232 



233 



7 

4 

4 

7 

13 

20 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

12 

18 

20 

17 

18 

2 

4 

6 

5 

6 

7 

3 

4 

14 



MUNICIPAL COURT 
Maint.& Repair Office Equip. 
Deputy Clerk-Information Clerk 



(l-( 



Overtime 
**Temporary Salaries 

Pro Tern Court Reporters 

Witness Fees 

Use of Employees Cars 

Travel 

Maint.and Repair of Auto Equipment 

Reproduction Services 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Postage 

Bookbinding 

Court Reporters Transcriptions 

Other Contractual Services 

Bottled Water 

Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 

8 Chairs, Stenographic -Posture 

4 Manual Typewriters 

1 1/2 ton pick-up truck (1-0) 

Retirement Allowance RET 

Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 

Construct Soundproof Machine Room, 

Room 101, Hall of Justice 
Acoustical Treatment, Rooms 300, 

301 and 303, City Hall 
Renovate Courtrooms and Chambers 



INDEX 


154 


150 


100 


420 


210 


500 





19,121 


17,121 


INDEX 


155 


3,000 


2,625 


8,244 





17,541 


12,000 


5,000 


1,000 


13,000 


11,000 


739 


600 


9,039 


7,500 


200 





4,800 


4,400 


44,429 


43,700 


125,658 


115,000 


1,700 


1,500 


137,699 


135,700 


950 


450 


2,160 


50 


600 





480 


320 


1,300 


920 


4,000 





449,331 


447,992 


138,241 


137,759 


66,175 


65,847 


7,100 





13,800 





47,000 






BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



INDEX 159 



245 



Calculator 



190 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 



252 13 380 Inspector (138-133) 
13A 380 Inspector (eff. 1/1/77) 

(0-5) 

20 Director, Community Relations (1-0) 27,600 

253 1 Q2 Police Officer (1103-1165) 23,015,277 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
253 1 *Q2 Police Officer (1165-1148) 23,015,277 
1A Q2 Police Of f. (Eff . 9/30/76) (0-6) 

IB Q2 Police Off. (Eff 12/15/76) (0-5) 
1C Q2 Police Off . (Eff 7/1/76-9/30/76) 

(0-6) 

11 Q50 Sergeant (217-206) 4,782,288 

11A Q50 Sergeant (Eff. 10/1/76) (0-1) 

11B Q50 Sergeant (Eff. 1/1/77) (0-9) 

11C Q50 Sergeant (Eff 7/1/76-9/30/76) 

(0-1) 



INDEX 161 
3,017,232 2,907,912 



54,660 



23,015,277 

22,742,529 
72,198 
43,455 

24,066 

4,569,504 

14,508 

87,048 

4,836 



-6- 



256 


8 


256 


11 


261 


21 


268 


16 


269 


19 


253 


16 




16A 




20 




20A 


256 


2 



Page Line Item POLICE DEPT . CONT . INDEX 161 From To 

1829 Operating Anal. 2 (eff. 10-1-76) 30,190 22,643 

1844 Sr. Mgt. Asst. 1 (eff. 10-1-76) 18,035 13,526 

Rental of Office Machines 105,000 49,000 

Chief's Contingency Fund 45,000 35,000 

Grant Matching Fund 30,000 

Q60 Lieutenant (78-77) 1,948,752 1,923,768 
Q60 Lieutenant (eff. 11/16/76) 

(0-1) 15,615 

Q80 Captain (22-21) 648,600 619,272 

Q80 Captain (eff . 10/1/71) (0-1) 19,458 
1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 

(eff. 10/1/76) 8,847 6,635 
257 3 8238 Police Comm. Dispatcher 

(eff. 10/1/76) 257,137 192,853 
7 8250 Fingerprint Classifier 

(eff. 10/1/76) 10,890 8,168 

8260 Asst. Criminalist (eff . 10/1/76) 15,901 11,926 

Holiday Pay - Uniformed Force 868,480 748,000 

**Temporary Salaries - Civilian 22,747 22,747 

**Temporary Salaries-School Crossing 226,822 226,822 

**Temporary Salaries-Police Cadets 150,000 150,000 

Scavenger Service 6,300 5,640 

Other Special Services-O.A.D. 227,000 

Other Contractual Services - 

Psychiatric 1,000 

Maint.& Repair of Buildings 28,050 15,000 

Maint.& Repair Communications Equip. 20,000 15,000 

Hand Tools 800 300 

Office Supplies and Devices 80,000 72,000 

Clothing - Police Uniforms 124,900 114,000 

Less Reduction Not Detailed -202,239 
Retirement Allowance RET 22,202,996 21,994,723 

Social Security CON 347,281 330,198 

Health Service System HSS 723,668 718,192 

Controller-EDP 1,555,391 1,549,391 

Transfer to Purchaser 93,629 67,774 
8 Convenience Facilities for 

Women 149,600 49,864 

Funds for the filling of vacant Q2 Police 
Officer positions on permanent requisitions 
are not to be released until after the results 
of the November 1976 election have been certified 
by the Registrar of Voters. 





10 


259 


17 


260 


13 




19 




22 


261 


19 


262 


2 




7 




23 


263 


14 


264 


1 




14 


265 


11 


267 


2 


268 


2 




4 




5 




24 


269 


8 


270 


2 



275 


15 




15A 




15B 


278 


8 




9 




13 


279 


4 


281 


21 




22 




23 



PUBLIC DEFENDER INDEX 165 

Legal Stenographer (2-0) 20,270 

1 Sr. Transcriber Typist (0-1) 9,719 

1 Transcriber Typist (0-1) 8,871 



Travel Expense 600 450 

Travel Expense - Investigators 1,000 500 

Postage 900 750 

Use of Employee Cars 2,000 1,000 

Retirement Allowance RET 227,461 221,191 

Social Security CON 49,164 47,276 

Health Service System HSS 19,328 18,673 



Line Itetr 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 



From To 
INDEX 169 



296 


9 


296 


9 


296 


18 


297 


24 


298 


1 


300 


5 




8 




13 




17 




24 


302 


1 




4 




14 




16 




22 


303 


5 




6 




8 


304 


13 




14 


305 


5 




7 




9 




12 


306 


1 




2 




3 




4 




8 




10 




11 


307 


17 


308 


4 


309 


19 




20 




21 



1430 Transcriber Typist (32-31) 313,637 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

1430 Transcriber Typist (31-28) 304,939 

1450 Principal Clerk Steno. (3-2) 33,498 

2904 Social Services Tech. (5-6) 55,789 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

2905 Sr. Eligibility Workers (40-38) 468,293 
Clerk Typist (2-0) 16,981 
Sr. Clerk Typist (2-0) 18,502 
Eligibility Worker (14-0) 137,966 
Eligibility Worker Supervisor (2-0) 24,548 
1444 Clerk Stenographer (4-2) 36,377 
Overtime 4,000 

**Temporary Salaries 626,421 

Travel Expense 9,995 

Maintenance of Office Equipment 20,192 

Postage 357,271 

Rental of Office Machines & Equip. 22,910 

Pest Control 1,800 

Other Contractual Services 29,703 

In-service Training and Speakers 6,000 

In-service Training Courses-UC Ext. 10,000 

Photographic Supplies 1,900 

Office Supplies and Devices 145,000 

Recreational and Athletic Equipment 100 

Subsistence 3,100 

1 Truck 1-1/2 ton (1-0) 4,800 
8 Swivel Chairs w/arms (8-3) 360 
20 Swivel Chairs without arms(20-13) 740 
15 Steno Chairs (15-6) 555 
15 Adding Machines (15-11) 2,250 

2 Typewriters, Electric (2-0) 804 
20 Typewriters, Manual (20-15) 3,770 

Membership Dues 1,245 
General Assistance 7,885,435 
Retirement Allowances RET 3,077,357 
Social Security CON 1,058,062 

Health Service System HSS 495,331 



304,939 

274,432 
22,332 
66,947 

444,878 









18,189 

3,000 

600,000 

3,000 

18,000 

310,677 

19,400 

1,400 

8,643 

3,000 

5,000 

1,500 

140,000 

50 

1,300 



135 

481 

222 

1,650 



2,828 

300 

3,942,718 

3,030,269 

1,041,099 

485,831 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES-SMRC 



314 9 Cook (2) 

10 Rehabilitation Ctr. Work Supv. (1) 

11 Rehabilitation Ctr.Asst. Mgr.(3) 

12 Rehabilitation Center Mgr . (1) 

315 1 Overtime 

4 Holiday Pay 

7 Extended Work Week 

10 **Temporary Salaries 

13 Inmate Help 

17 Transportation to Regular 

Assignments Out of Town 

18 Maint. & Repair of Other Equipment 

19 Telephone and Telegraph 

20 Postage 

21 Subscriptions 

22 Scavenger 

23 Pest Control 

24 Other Contractual Services 

316 3 Maint. & Repair of Bldg.DPW IDWO 
10 Maint. & Repair of Auto Equipment 



INDEX 


170 


25,849 


15,078 


12,659 


7,384 


39,887 


23,268 


15,458 


9,017 


1,200 


700 


3,381 


1,972 


1,778 


1,037 


8,700 


5,075 


1,800 


1,050 


807 





1,000 


583 


1,400 


817 


572 


334 


175 


102 


1,872 


1,091 


120 


70 


200 


117 


1,000 


583 


400 


233 



-8- 



Line Item From To 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES-SMRC CONT ' D INDEX JL 70 

316 15 Agricultural Equipment 

18 Aggregates and Other Hardware and 

Abrasive 

19 Lumber, Millwork, Plywood and Veneer 

20 Construction and Building Materials 

21 Electrical and Electronic Supplies 

22 Lighting Fixtures and Lamps 

23 Medical and Dental Supplies 

24 Chemicals and Chemical Products 

317 1 Food Preparation and Serving Equipment 

2 Office Supplies and Devices 

3 Recreational and Athletic Supplies 

4 Cleaning Equipment and Supplies 

5 Brushes, Paints, Sealer and 

Adhesives 

6 Textiles, Leather and Furs 

7 Clothing and Individual Equipment 

8 Toiletries 

9 Agricultural Supplies 

10 Fuel, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes 

11 Other Materials and Supplies 

17 Foodstuffs 

18 Meat LHH 

318 4 Movie Projector, 16MM 

12 Retirement Allowances RET 

13 Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 

14 Health Service System HSS 

25 Department of Public Health 



40 




23 


200 




117 


150 




87 


25 




15 


20 




12 


100 




58 


350 




204 


150 




87 


300 




175 


175 




102 


100 




58 


1,100 




642 


50 




29 


170 




99 


10,000 


5 


,835 


1,600 




933 


45 




26 


800 




467 


300 




175 


39,000 


22 


,750 


18,000 


10 


,500 


640 







16,273 


9 


,492 


5,481 


3 


,197 


2,293 


1 


,338 


2,505 


1 


,461 



-9- 



\ 



Page Line 



Item 



From 



To 



SHERIFF 

327 10 Training Officer (Eff. 9-1-76) 

328 23 8306 Sr. Deputy Sheriff (87-80) 

330 9 Laundry Supervisor (1-0) 
343 6 1 Sedan, Class 8, 4 Door 
3-*7 7 Jail #2, Enlarge Visitors' Room 

333 1 Overtime 

4 Holiday Pay 
7 **Temporary Salaries 
10 **Temporary Salaries 

334 Other Professional and Spec.Serv. 
Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 
Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
Reproduction Services 
Telephone and Telegraph 
Rental of Office Equipment 
Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 
Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
Reproduction Services 
Postage 
Pest Control 
Use of Employees Cars 
Maint.& Repair of Buildings 
City Directory 
Bottled Water 
Tires and Tubes 
Lighting Fixtures and Lamps 
Photographic Materials and Supplies 
Household furnishings 
Motor Vehicle and Tractor Parts 
Tires and Tubes 
Pipe, Tubing Hose and Fittings 
Hand Tools 

Photographic Equipment 
Household Furnishings 
Agricultural Supplies 
4 Sedans, Class 9 - 4-door 
1 Tractor, Wheel, #2 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 





18 




19 




20 




21 




23 


335 


6 




7 




8 




10 




16 


336 


11 




14 


337 


24 


338 


1 




9 




12 




14 




15 


339 


6 




7 




10 




11 




18 




19 


340 


1 


341 


19 




22 


345 


12 




14 




15 



INDEX 


173 


20,001 


16,667 


1,401,022 1 


,288,296 


13,180 





5,000 


3,380 


85,800 





90,000 


75,000 


100,000 


90,000 


2,000 


200 


656 


300 


3,000 


1,400 


1,500 


550 


11,700 


10,000 


510 





1,000 


375 


2,500 


1,500 


1,500 


750 


1,000 


320 


2,000 


200 


1,000 


500 


67,200 


21,650 


143 





300 


150 


632 


300 


750 


400 


3,200 





40,000 


35,000 


675 


375 


800 


500 


1,000 


640 


300 


200 


3,000 


250 


40,000 


34,000 


7,500 


3,000 


25,800 


13,520 


16,907 





216,320 


219,697 


74,318 


75,535 


125,471 


123,833 



/ 



-10- 



Page Line Item 



From 



To 



SUPERIOR COURT 

352 11 556-Asst. Executive Officer, 

Superior Court (1-0) 
20 639-Administration-San Francisco 

Justice Information System (1-0) 
Research Assistant 1 (Eff. 10-1-76) 
Examination of Insane 
Visiting Judges Salaries and 

Expenses 
Trial Juror and Witness Fees 
Grand Jury Fees and Transcription 
Travel Expense 

Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 
Telephone and Telegraph 
Postage 

Other Special Services-Educational 
Use of Employee Cars 
Court-Ordered Transportation 
Reporters Transcriptions 
Adult Detention Committee Expenses 
Electrical and Electronic Components 
Stationery, Secretary 
Stationery, Grand Jury 
Ice and Bottled Water 
Library and Reference Books 
City Hall Courtrooms, Air Contion. 
Hall of Justice-Addl. Courtrooms 
Hall of Justice-Provide Jury Room 
City Hall-Renov .&Remodel Crtrms. 
Retirement Allowances RET 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 

HSS 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

Overtime 
**Temporary Salaries -Administration 
**Temporary Salaries-Assessment 
Appeals Board 

Use of Employees Cars 

3 Cameras (3-2) 
3 Portable Calculators (3-2) 
Dues, International Congress of 
Municipalities 

13 Dues, Central Coast Regional Assn. 

of County Supervisors 

14 Dues, North Coastal Co. Supervisors 

Association 
371 19 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 



INDEX 179 



18,856 



353 


4 


354 


3 




4 




10 




11 




19 




20 




22 




23 


355 


4 




9 




12 




22 


356 


4 




12 




14 




15 




17 


357 


10 


359 


2 




3 




4 




11 


358 


2 




3 


368 


1 




4 




10 


371 


1 


373 


16 


374 


4 




11 



12,000 





13,674 


10,256 


6,600 


3,300 


17,472 


7,000 


500,266 


430,000 


27,007 


26,000 


17,000 


8,500 


5,688 


4,000 


46,845 


45,100 


30,650 


29,600 


1,500 


500 


4,500 


4,000 


6,600 


5,000 


127,050 


125,000 


1,500 


300 


1,000 


790 


21,855 


15,800 


2,400 


1,200 


7,650 


6,350 


31 , 000 


26,250 


202,000 





38,000 





43,900 





67,700 





245,354 


247,931 


60,796 


61,725 


22,932 




INDEX 


181 



13,800 



12,000 



63,747 
2,000 


50 


,000 



60 
150 




40 
100 


100 







100 







150 
1,210 






600 



-11- 



Page Line Item From To 

TREASURER INDEX 183 

381 18 Sr. Inheritance Tax Examiner (2-1) 31,053 15 527 

383 7 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 2,155 l'650 

384 4 City Directory ' U0 

385 8 Retirement Allowances RET 53 535 51 014 
9 Social Security CON 16*415 15*494 

10 Health Service System HSS 6,880 6^552 

JUVENILE COURT - PROBATION OFFICE INDEX 185 

393 13 General Clerk Typist (6-5) 62,327 51,939 

394 25 Probation Officer (56-59) 950,067 992,886 

395 3 Senior Probation Officer (27-26) 4991886 481,433 
398 24 Initial Cloth. for Minors, ia Fos .Hms . 2,000 1 'oOO 

397 4 Holiday Pay (Mayor's clefri&fWor) 2,' 2$ 
25 Travel Expense 700 500 

398 21 Maintenance of Minors in Foster 

„. Home ? and Institutions 634,000 594,000 

399 9 City Directory 150 

/ni 2 7 H ^ tOS ' C1 f ?f 8 8.300 3,663 

^ Ui / Retirement Allowances RET 396 913 392 230 

8 Social Security CON 125^661 124' 158 

9 Health Service System HSS 49,140 48,485 

JUVENILE COURT - JUVENILE HALL INDEX 186 

**Temporary Salaries 

In-Service Training-Counselors 10,000 5,000 

Lumber and Millwork 500 300 

Household and Institutional Supplies 8,500 7,500 

Recreational Supplies 2,000 1,500 



408 


10 


410 


9 


411 


7 




12 




14 



419 


9 


420 


7 


421 


9 




13 




15 


422 


13 


423 


1 


424 


11 


425 


2 


425 


3 


425 


4 



JUVENILE COURT - LOG CABIN RANCH SCHOOL INDEX 187 

Registered Nurse (1-0) 13,442 
**Temporary Salaries (Mayor's Clerical 

Error) 6,500 25,477 

Telephone and Telegraph 3,000 2,700 

Pest Control 828 100 

Haircutting 500 300 

Tires and Tubes 700 560 

Recreational Supplies 1,200 800 

1 Pool Table 1,175 500 

Retirement Allowances RET 50,806 49,725 

Social Security-Employer's TxCON 12,297 11,511 

Health Service System HSS 5,569 6,225 



JUVENILE COURT -HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH SCHOOL 

431 7 **Temporary Salaries (Mayor's Clerical 

Error) 

432 6 Other Rentals of Equipment 
7 Pest Control 

3 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 

4 Telephone and Telegraph 

5 Postage 

-12- 



)OL INDEX 


188 


6,000 


31,346 


1,500 


1,100 


750 


100 


900 


500 


4,500 


3,120 


500 


230 



Page Line Item From To 

JUVENILE COURT -HIDDEN VALLEY RANCH SCHOOL INDEX 188 

433 10 Builders and Miscellaneous Hardware 700 400 
18 Recreational Supplies 1,000 500 

434 8 Meat-Laguna Honda Hospital-Meat Shop 20,000 19,000 



MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RELATIONS PA NEL 
439 24 0820 Member, Municipal Employees 
Relations Panel 

441 4 **Temporary Salaries 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

8 Court Reporter Fees 

9 Hearing Officer 

16 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

17 Reproduction Services 

18 Telephone and Telegraph 

19 Postage 

20 Subscriptions 

21 Rental of Office Machines & Equip. 

22 Court Reporter Transcriptions 

442 1 Use of Employees Cars 
5 Stationery and Office Supplies 

15 1 Filing Cabinet, 5 Drawer, Legal 
21 Fixed Charges - Rent 

NOTE: Any funds remaining in this budget 
will be transferred to the Civil 
Service Commission through a 
reappropriation. 



INDEX 


190 


22,800 





7,902 


9,428 


3,500 


1,000 


20,400 


10,000 


112 





1,000 





1,888 





767 





320 





767 





10,000 


3,000 


180 





700 


550 


195 





5,280 






COUNTY AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 

447 20 Use of Employees Cars 

23 Maint.& Repair of Buildings 

448 6 Office Supplies and Devices 

7 Cleaning Equipment and Supplies 



CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

454 8 2714 Janitor (6-5) 

457 7 **Temporary Salaries 
15 **Temporary Wages 

458 10 Retirement Allowances RET 

11 Social Security CON 

12 Health Service System HSS 

459 1 Holiday Pay 
3 **Temporary Salaries 

11 Travel Expense 



INDEX 


211 


2,520 


2,400 


1,500 





490 


446 


100 


80 


i INDEX 


213 


69,378 


57,815 


11,218 


9,000 


57,510 


55,632 


19,036 


18,360 


2,620 


2,293 


1,609 





2,145 





3,438 


1,250 



■13- 



Line Item 



From 



To 



CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

470 4 **Temporary Salaries 

10 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

13 Postage 

471 11 Use of Employees Cars 

472 15 1 Dictaphone-Type Machine 



INDEX 


221 




284 




130 


468 




400 


120 




40 


265 




200 



475 8 Consultant-Safety Engineers 



37,000 



25,000 



480 16 



482 


1 




7 




22 


483 


14 


485 


5 




6 




7 



CORONER 



Clinical Lab Technologist (0-1) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Overtime 
**Temporary Salaries (Mayor's Clerical 

Error) 
Cleaning, Laundry and Towel Service 
Clothing and Individual Supplies 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



INDEX 


223 





13,310 


5,000 


3,300 





21,335 


800 


700 


300 


200 


69,563 


71,724 


19,353 


20,132 


7,862 


8,190 



COUNTY CLERK 



INDEX 225 



491 15 Telephone and Telegraph 
4 **Temporary Salaries 
20 Rental of Copier 



3,900 
20,000 



3,600 
16,950 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY INDEX 231 

507 10 Telecommunication Technician (1-0) 18,904 
21 Radio Engineer (1-0) 24,770 
23 Machine Shop and Parking Meter 

Superintendent (1-0) 24,847 

508 6 Parking Meter Repairman (1-0) 11,411 



-14- 



Line Item 



From 



To 



■510 


7 




1 


511 


18 


512 


16 




23 


513 


5 




14 




15 




25 


514 


7 




25 


515 


16 




23 




24 




25 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY, 

**Temporary Salaries 
Overtime 

Maint. & Repair of Other Structures 
Maint.& Repair of Buildings PWR 
Maint. & Repair of Auto Equipment 
Safety Supplies 

Replacement Parts and Components 
Printed Circuit Cards 
Traffic Signal Contingencies 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
1 Machine, Paint and Chemical Shaker 
Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



INDEX 


231 


10,975 


9,300 


10,830 


10,560 


8,000 


4,000 


18,600 


11,000 


16,740 


15,500 


750 


500 


6,905 





25,000 





1,700 


1,500 


14,950 


14,000 


475 


350 


180 





386,137 


373,157 


97,947 


94,594 


16,052 


14,742 



522 
523 



528 



530 



531 



532 



FARMER'S MARKET 

25 Postage 

14 Office Supplies and Devices 

15 Cleaning Equipment and Supplies 



PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR 

12 1424 Clerk Typist (1-0) 

18 1460 Sr. Legal Stenographer (1-0) 

24 4234 Estate Tax Secretary (1-0) 

4 **Temporary Salaries 

13 Telephone and Telegraph 

14 Postage 

21 Auditing and Accounting Services 

1 Maint. & Repair of Auto Equipment 

5 Tires and Tubes 

6 Stationery and Office Supplies 

7 Books and Other Publications 
17 1 Automobile, Class 9 

8 Retirement Allowances RET 

9 Social Security CON 
10 Health Service System HSS 



INDEX 


241 


200 


178 


375 


315 


675 


600 


INDEX 


243 


10,641 





500 





6,194 


5,500 


3,900 


2,900 


7,500 





1,500 


1,000 


350 


250 


4,300 


3,700 


1,025 


750 


3,700 





65,663 


63,935 


19,705 


19,083 


8,190 


7,862 



537 


3 


538 


3 




4 




6 




14 




23 


539 


2 




13 




21 



REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT 

Clerk Typist (4-3) 

Maint. & Repair of Office Equipment 

Reproduction Services 

Postage 

Maintenance of Grounds 

Maint. & Repair of Auto Equipment 

Stationery and Office Supplies 

1 Electric Typewriter (1-0) 

Membership Dues 



INDEX 


245 


225 


150 


1,200 


1,155 


225 


200 


3,538 


25,000 


275 


200 


525 


400 


431 





470 


230 



■15- 



Line Item 



From 



To 



REAL ESTATE - CIVIC AUDITORIUM & BROOKS HALL 



INDEX 247 



549 


17 




21 


550 


12 




24 




25 


551 


7 




10 




11 




12 




n 


552 


6 


558 


7 


558 


10 


558 


16 


558 


17 


563 


9 


566 


2 


566 


3 


566 


4 



**Temporary Wages 
Travel Expense 
Pest Control 

Maint.& Repair of Elevators PWR 
Maint.& Repair of Fire Alarm 
Hardware and Abrasives 
Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies 
Flags 

Household and Institutional Supplies 
Fuels and Lubricants 
Membership Dues - I. A. A.M. 

FINANCE AND RE CORDS -RECORDER 



42, 
4, 
1, 
5, 

5, 



573 
467 
822 
422 
200 
750 
200 
750 





100 

40,528 

4,185 

500 

5,000 

100 

5,000 

300 



INDEX 251 



Printing, Bookbinding, etc. 
Other Contractual Services 
Photographic Supplies 
Office Supplies and Devices 



3,200 

75 

5,000 

4,000 



3,000 



2,625 

3,500 



FINANCE AND RECORDS-RECORDS CENTER INDEX 253 

1404 Clerk (0-2) (Mayor's Cler. error) 19,888 

Retirement (Mayors cler. error) 2,191 5,421 

Social Services (Mayor's cler. error) 789 1,952 

Health Service (Mayor's cler. error) 328 983 



REGISTRAR OF VOTERS 



INDEX 255 



572 

572 
573 



574 



5 **Temporary Salaries-Seasonal Clerks 140,000 135,000 
15 Janitors - Polling Places 2,000 
23 Delivery of Voting Machines 70,000 55,000 
25 Travel Expense 545 

2 Maint.& Repair of Voting Machines 800 350 

6 Pamphlets, Candidates Statements 190,000 132,000 

7 Election Officers Guide 2,000 1,500 

8 Blanks, Forms, Records 20,000 16,000 

9 Affidavits of Registration 4,800 4,200 
13 Advertising 15,000 11,000 

11 Voting Machine Parts 1,500 1,000 

12 Electrical and Electronic Supplies 750 600 

13 City Directory 325 225 

15 Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Wax 300 150 

16 Other Materials and Supplies 1,500 1,200 



TAX COLLECTOR 



INDEX 261 



584 19 



586 


24 


588 


4 


591 


19 




20 




21 


563 


9 


566 


2 


566 


3 


566 


4 



1450 Principal Clerk Stenographer 

(1-0) 10,422 

1424 Clerk Typist (2-0) 18,419 
**Temporary Salaries 

Retirement Allowances RET 289,843 285,160 

Social Security CON 95,284 93,597 

Health Service System HSS 34,726 33,743 

FINANCE & RECORDS-RECORDS CENTER INDEX 253 

1404 Clerk (0-2) (Mayor's Cler. Error) 19,888 

Retirement Allow. (Mayor 's Cler. Error) 2,191 5,421 

Social Security-Empl.Tx(Mayor'sCler.Er) 789 1,952 

Health Service System(Mayors Cler.Er.) 328 983 



-16- 



Line Item 



601 
602 



611 


25 


613 


3 


614 


1 


615 


5 




6 




7 




8 




10 




16 




20 




21 


616 


2 


617 


17 


618 


12 




16 


617 


19 


620 


5 




11 




12 




13 


619 


5 


622 


5 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



Overtime 

Foodstuffs, Fountain Supplies and 
Tobacco 



PURCHASING 

1424 Clerk Typist (4-3) 
1940 Stores and Equipment 

Supervisor (1-0) 
7410 Automotive Servicement (3-2) 
Overtime - Purchasing 
Overtime - Public Works 
Overtime - Recreation and Park 
Overtime - Airport 
Overtime - Water 
Holiday Pay - Purchasing 
Holiday Pay - Municipal Railway 
Holiday Pay - Water 
**Temporary Salaries - Purchasing 
Travel Expense 
Transportation - Airport 
Maint.& Repair of Buildings PWR 
*Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 
Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes 
Toilet Facilities for Bldg. "B" 



From 


To 


INDEX 


265 


250 





100 


50 


INDEX 311 


36,129 


27,097 


20,069 





50,880 


33,920 


1,000 


800 


148 


100 


135 


100 


471 





913 


800 


3,156 


2,520 


2,055 


1,683 


1,215 


930 


910 


350 


648 





1,400 





10,000 


10,000 


1,241 


775 


225,061 


217,581 


72,295 


69,977 


24,570 


23,915 


910 


70Q 


28,000 






*Hold $5,000 and report back to Finance Committee 
regarding the furniture reconditioning program. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ACCOUNTS INDEX 411 



646 25 Stationery and Office Supplies 



1.700 



1,612 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - ARCHITECTURE 



INDEX 413 



654 1 Overtime 250 150 

6 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 605 350 

18 Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 1,800 1,350 

DPW - BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION INDEX 415 

658 13 Building Code Analyst (1-0) 22,610 

17 1424 Clerk Typist (Mayor's Clerical 

Error) 8,490 

18 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist (3-2) 30,754 20,503 

19 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 9,249 
22 1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer (6-4) 59,618 39,745 
24 1864 Sr. Systems and Procedures 

Analyst (1-0) 16,924 

659 10 Senior Civil Engineer (0-1) (Mayor's 

Clerical Error) 29,650 

14 5258 Sr. Mechanical Engineer 25,091 

15 6233 Refrigeration Inspector 21,068 29,650 



■17- 



Line Item 



From 



To 



DPW - BUREAU OF BUILDING INSPECTION INDEX 415 



IIS 


5 
16 




18 


660 


3 




4 




7 


661 


8 


665 


11 




17 


666 


3 


667 


1 


668 


9 




10 


669 


8 


670 


4 




18 




22 


671 


10 




11 




12 



62 72Sr. Res. Env. Ins_p. (0-1) (Mayor 1 sCl.Er ) 

6235 Heating and Ventilation 

Inspector 21,068 

6238 Senior Boiler Inspector (1-0) 26,178 

6270 Residential Environment 

Inspector (12-11) 218,993 

6270 Residential Environmental 

Inspector 31,838 

6272 Senior Residential Environ- 
mental Inspector (1-0) (Mayor's 
Clerical Error) 



5286 Chief, Property Conservation 

Division (1-0) 
Local Fares 
Maint. & Repair of Noise Measuring 

Instruments 
Services of Title Company 
Use of Employees Cars 
Stationery and Office Supplies 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
1 Adding Machine 
1 Adding Machine 
Library and Reference Books 
Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



16,165 



26,178 
1,200 

200 

3,000 

17,000 

7,000 

13,000 

180 

180 

750 

1,011 

404,471 

101,510 

38,002 



17,039 




200,744 




500 

100 

1,500 

15,000 

6,000 

12,000 

162 

162 

575 

530 

376,626 

93,483 

35,708 



DPW 



BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR 



INDEX 417 



683 


14 


684 


23 


684 


25 


685 


9 


685 


14 


685 


15 


685 


16 


685 


22 


687 


9 


687 


9a 


687 


8 


687 


11 


687 


13 


688 


16 


690 


1 


690 


7 


691 


12 


691 


3 


691 


20 


692 


4 


693 


2 


693 


10 


694 


5 


694 


16 


694 


24 


695 


11 


696 


11 


696 


20 


698 


3 


699 


8 


699 


13 


700 


18 


700 


19 


701 


1 




2 




14 



1406 Sr. Clerk(l-O) 11,118 

2714 Janitor (70-67) 809,407 

2714 Janitor (11-0) 127,192 

Stationary Engineer (39-38) 660,013 

7346 Painter (14-12) 301,193 

7347 Plumber (11-9) 280,405 

7348 Steamfitter (7-6) 178,440 
7514 General Laborer (1-0) 19,309 
7346 Painter (16-14) 345,320 
7346 Painter (7/1/76-1/1/77) (0-2) 
7242 Painter Foreman (3-2) 72,832 
Less Unfunding for inclement weather 
Transfer to Wages-Maint. and Repair -80,400 

of Public Buildings 

7311 Cement Mason (11-9) 946H1071 

Overtime 1,000 

**Temporary Salaries 9,570 

Overtime - Painters 20,000 

Holiday Pay - Janitors 3,000 

**Temporary Wages-Bldg. Maint. 

Wages-Maint. and Repair of Pub.Bldgs. 80,400 

Paint Testing Laboratory __ . 250 



Miscellaneous Maint. 
Miscellaneous Maint 



Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Miscellaneous Maint. and Repair 
Bldg. Maint. Painting by Traffic 

Painters, Rainy Weather 
Bldg. Maint. Fixed Charges 
Bldg. Maint. Pntg. by Traffic 

Painters, Rainy Weather 
Bldg. Maint. Fixed Charges 
Miscellaneous Maint. & Repair 

-18- 



and Rpr ofBldgs 413 050 
and Repair 1,200 



26,100 

28,050 

67,200 

1,500 

18,600 

1,400 

5,000 

40,800 

PWR 40,200 
PWR 8,720 

PWR 40,200 

PWR 8,720 

38,700 




774,721 


643,090 
258,168 
229,419 
152,949 



302,162 

21,830 

48,554 

-55,400 

-25,000 



750 

9,570 

15,000 



25,000 

125 

363,95$ 

25,250 

15,000 
21,650 



11,000 



4,000 

36,720 

20,000 
4,300 

5,000 

1,090 

20,050 



Line Item 



From 



To 



DPW - BUREAU OF BUILDING REPAIR 



702 


3 


702 


19 


702 


20 


702 


21 


704 


24 


704 


25 


705 


1 



INDEX 417 



Maint.& Insp.Elev.& Escal.Fire Alarm 47.244 44,713 

Market St . Sidewalk Fix. (Mayor ' s ClerEr) 47,500 59,084 

Mission St. Sidewalk Fixtures 37,500 4,500 

Less Reduction Not Detailed -8,500 

Retirement Allowances RET 719,388 629,379 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 211,981 194,187 

Health Service System HSS 6,552 6,224 



DPW - CENTRAL PERMIT BUREAU 



INDEX 419 



708 



12 



Reduction Not Detailed 



■1,666 



•1,916 



714 
715 



14 
16 



8A 
12 





11 




11A 


719 


16 




18 




24 


720 


4 




7 




12 




18 




23 


722 


10 




12 




22 


723 


1 




5 


724 


12 




13 



DPW - BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 
Sanitary Engineering TechEff. 10/1/76 
6230 Street Inspector (4-5) 
5310 Surveyors Field Asst. (6-5) 
5310 Surveyors Field Asst. (0-1) 

(7/1/76-10/31/76) 
Less Reduction for Inclement Weather 

(107» of amount) 
6318 Const . Insp. (2-3) (Mayor ' sCler.Er. )48 
6318 Construction Inspector (3-2) 
Travel Expense 
Tuition and Seminars 
Subscriptions 
Preliminary Planning-Project and 

Budget Preparation 
Engineering Investigation of Complaints 

and review Plans of Others 
Contractual Sewer Repair Services 
Accounting Services - Sewer Service 

and Industrial Waste Program 
Application Fees - Environmental 

Evaluation Reports 
City Directory 

Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
7 Automobiles, Class 9 (3-1, Class 8) 
2 Instant Developing Cameras 
*1 Set Sewer Safety Equipment 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Does not include camera. 



INDEX 


421 


13,173 


9,878 


57,167 


71,460 


122,412 


102,010 





6,800 




-32,157 


)48,374 


61,267 


61,267 


48,374 


1,400 


1,000 


500 


175 


700 


500 


28,000 





ts 




16,000 





30,500 


27,500 


11,700 





850 


425 


107 





8,510 


7,000 


10,140 


3,663 


200 


100 


500 


500 


259,626 


259,203 


68,748 


68,894 



728 


20 


730 


7 




11 




12 




18 




21 


732 


3 




19 




20 


733 


2 




3 




4 



DPW - GENERAL OFFICE 

5188 Asst. Director of Public Works, 
Maintenance and Operations (1-0) 
**Temporary Salaries 
Travel Expense 

Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 
Printing of Annual Report 
Subscriptions 

Stationery and Office Supplies 
Membership - National Safety Council 
Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



INDEX 423 



31,079 



660 





600 


500 


2,000 


1,000 


500 


250 


2,300 


1,750 


600 





700 


650 


52,505 


47,458 


15,140 


14,245 


6,880 


6,552 



•19- 



Line Item 



From 



To 



DPW - GENERAL OFFICE 

734 3 City Hall, Enlarge Electric 

Service PWC 

10 Protected Neighborhood Street 
Program PWC 

735 3 Mission St., Appurtenances, 

Restoration, 16th to 24th 
Streets PWC 

5 Hall of Justice, Minor Reconstruc- 
tion & Replacement PWC 



INDEX 423 



224,000 

50,000 

50,000 
12,900 



738 

740 



741 



747 



748 



DPW - PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 

14 1424 Clerk Typist (1-0) 

1 Overtime 

8 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

18 Retirement Allowances RET 

19 Social Security CON 

20 Health Service System HSS 



DPW - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 
WASTE WATER PUMPING DIVISION 

5 7372 Stationary Engineer, Sewage 

Plant - Temporary Wages 

12 Maint.& Repair of Specialized 

System and Equipment 

13 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
24 Maint.& Repair of Buildings 

6 Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 

10 Replacement Parts 

11 Replacement Parts - Baker St. Storm 

Overflow Treatment Plan 
13 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
15 Miscellaneous 



INDEX 


424 


9,148 





2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


200 


20,934 


19,448 


6,698 


6,163 


3,276 


2,948 


INDEX 


425 



16,747 

28,000 

21,000 

5,000 

2,000 

14,989 

2,000 
2,740 
4,271 



15,527 

26,500 

18,500 

4,000 

1,500 

10,000 

1,000 
1,200 
1,800 



DPW - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL TREATMENT DIVISION INDEX 427 



Z&2- 



-U- 



U06 Sr. Clark Typist (3-1) 



28,358 



8.786 



755 1 Overtime 900 500 

4 Holiday Pay 192 

7 Extended Work Week 7,793 6,800 

757 14 Maint.& Repair of Sanitation Equip. 40,000 35,000 
16 Reproduction Services 400 300 
24 Self-Monitoring Program 180,000 170,000 

758 15 Sludge Disposal Service 375,000 355,000 

18 Use of Employees Cars 1,000 750 
21 Maint.& Repair of Buildings PWR 40,800 36,720 

759 14 Wastewater Treatment Chemicals 525,000 500,000 

19 Cleaning and Janitorial Supplies 3,200 2,000 

20 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 9,120 8,500 

760 5 1 Lawn Mower 1,425 
13 1 Electric Typewriter 700 420 

21 Retirement Allowances RET 339,754 336,576 

22 Social Security CON 92,434 91,289 

23 Health Services System HSS 5,242 4,587 



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DPW - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL SEWER REPAIR DIVISION 



765 



767 



768 



769 
770 



771 



5 

9 

9 
12 

15 

18 

23 

1 
17 

19 

25 

5 

7 

7 
8 

9 

10 

12 

14 

15 

16 

20 

21 

4 
4 
6 
8 

11 
12 

18 

24 

25 

1 

2 

11 
12 
13 



7307 Bricklayer (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7355 Truck Driver (0-1) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7355 Truck Driver (eff. 10/1/76) 

7422 Cribber (1-0) 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

7423 Cribber Sub-Foreman (1-0) 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

7428 Hod Carrier (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7514 General Laborer (19-23) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Overtime 
Overtime - Various Crafts 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7355 Truck Driver, 7514 Laborer, 
Overtime - Eductor Crew 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
*"*Temporary Wages - 7328 Operating 

Engineer, Vacation Relief 
Local Fares 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Repairs to Sewers and Structures 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Repairs to Sewers & Structures 
Maint.& Repair of Side Sewers 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Repairs -Various Sewers and Structures 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Tire Recapping 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Reproduction Services 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Telephone and Telegraph 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Maps and Charts 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Rental of Equipment 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Less Reduction Not Detailed 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 

1 Compressor Truck 

2 Service Trucks 
1 Eductor 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
1 Sewer Cleaning Unit 
5 Pneumatic Paving Breakers 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
1 Lighting Unit 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

1 Vacuum Hydra Cleaning Machine 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

5 Ventilating Blowers 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

10 Combustible Gas and Oxygen De- 
tectors 

2 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



15,376 


24,389 

22,072 

23,590 

13,421 

460,501 
4,350 



To 

INDEX 429 


18,292 







479,067 
4,000 

30,000 



7,913 





2,811 


2,811 





25 


12,900 
70,000 


70,000 
10,000 





149,520 


43,200 


100,000 


700 


800 


100 


185 


100 


200 


830 


1,000 





150 


7,000 


7,600 



70,000 
30,080 
13,198 


-260,000 

65,000 

6,000 

5,248 



64,360 


60,604 
21,240 





3,216 





953 





97,181 





1,836 


9,600 







375,656 

88,635 

2,948 


2,194 

313,465 
91,320 
32,432 



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From 



To 



775 


12 




16 




19 


776 


6 




8 




11 




14 


779 


3 


780 


15 




24 


781 


2 




17 




18 



786 


7 


786 


8 


786 


9 


786 


12 


786 


13 


786 


23 


786 


24 


786 


25 


787 


3 


788 


13 


788 


16 


789 


1 


789 


2 


789 


3 



DPW - STREET CLEANING 

3410 Asst. Gardener (10-8) 
7530 Street Cleaner (144-138) 
Less 5% Reduction for Inclement 

Weather 
7215 General Laborer Foreman (12-11 
7355 Truck Driver (53-49) 
7514 General Laborer (67-60) 
Less 57o Reduction for Inclement 

Weather 
Maint.& Operations - Parking 

Facilities 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
1 Front-End Loader Truck 
4 Mechanical Sweepers (4-2) 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 



DPW - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 



Fire Department 

Municipal Court 

Police Department 

Sheriff 

Superior Court 

Purchasing 

Public Works - General Office 

Public Health - Administration 

San Francisco General Hospital 

Municipal Court 

Superior Court 

Public Works - General Office 

Public Health - Administration 

Public Health - Emergency Hospital 



INDEX 


431 


160,606 


128,488 


2,138,830 2 


,049,714 





-100,000 


) 255,753 


234,443 


1,295,907 1 


,198,096 


1,293,700 1 


,158,540 





-144,000 


38,000 


35,000 


82,432 


77,700 


38,500 


6,500 


80,000 


30,000 


893,123 


792,520 


267,103 


249,354 


INDEX 


445 


141,700 


35,900 


41,100 


20,200 


157,100 


57,364 


176,400 


90,600 


283,900 





28,000 





584,300 


310,300 


2,750 





328,700 


307,600 


47,000 





68,900 


1,200 


240,300 


182,900 


6,200 


2,200 


3,200 






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To 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - ACCOUNTING 



INDEX 511 



798 10 1224 Principal Payroll and 

Personnel Clerk (1-0) 11,479 

800 1 **Temporary Salaries 773 773 

5 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 225 100 

6 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 250 100 

801 7 Retirement Allowances RET 37,056 35,192 

8 Social Security CON 11,412 10,740 

9 Health Service System HSS 5,242 4,914 
20 Controller - EDP 942.008 932,257 



806 


23 


807 


3 




16 


809 


3 




18 




20 




22 


811 


3 


812 


16 




19 


813 


7 




13 




14 




15 




21 




25 


814 


1 




12 


815 


16 




17 


816 


5 




6 




8 




17 




18 




19 




24 


817 


1 




7 




10 




16 


818 


19 




24 


819 


5 




6 




7 




12 




13 




14 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - ADMINISTRATION 



1242 Personnel Analyst (1-0) 
1424 Clerk Typist (2-1) 
1844 Sr. Management Analyst (1-0) 
2920 Medical Social Worker (1-0) 
2232 Sr. Physician Specialist (1-0) 
2323 Clinical Nurse Specialist (1-0) 
2920 Medical Social Worker (1-0) 
2320 Registered Nurse (Eff. 1/1/77) 
**Temporary Salaries 
**County Jail and City Prison 
Temporary Salaries 
Fees and Otner Compensation 
Travel Expense 

Travel Expense - Non Residents 
Maint.& Repair of Buildings 
Official Advertising 
Removal of Dead Animals 
Pest Control 

Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
Home Care 
Homemaker Service 
Tires and Tubes 
Photographic Supplies 
Dry Goods and Notions 
Cleaning Supplies 
Dry Goods 
Toiletries 

Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 
County Jail and City Prison - 

Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 
Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 
County Jail and City Prison - 
Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 
1 Mailing Machine 
Library and Reference Books 
Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



tATION 


INDEX 513 


14,534 





18,435 


9,218 


15,316 





15,111 





14,897 





16,033 





15,111 





14,809 


7,405 


1,500 


1,500 


. 2,400 


1,200 


2,200 


1,600 


2,000 


1,000 


700 


300 


10,000 


1,000 


2,000 


1,000 


36,000 


30,000 


500 


50 


500 


300 


3,000 


2,000 


7,000 


5,000 


450 


375 


400 


300 


700 


500 


500 


300 


1,000 





500 





900 


100 


4,500 


2,500 


2,500 


1,500 


45,000 


34,000 


3,260 





1,000 


300 


5,000 


1,500 


75,649 


69,305 


22,932 


20,647 


9,173 


8,845 


35,513 


33,059 


16,850 


15,955 


2,293 


1,965 



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Item 



From 



To 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - ADMINISTRATION 

819 20 Retirement Allowances RET 7,463 

21 Social Security CON 3,517 

22 Health Service System HSS 983 

820 11 Downtown Branch Senior Citizens 

Center 48,583 
15 North of Market - Sr. Service Center 

Project 136,808 

17 Coordinating Council on Drug Abuse 40,000 

821 6 Various Health Centers -Miscellaneous 

Improvements PWC 2,750 
19 101 Grove St., Misc .Reconstruction 

& Replacement PWC 6,200 



INDEX 513 







44,167 

100,000 
38,000 



2,200 



825 
826 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY 



**Temporary Salaries 

Dry Goods, Notions and Fabrics 



9,200 

400 



INDEX 517 

9,200 
300 



830 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH 



1 

24 



:hjsmi 



CAL LABORATORY 



Holiday Pay 

Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 



1,500 
5,500 



INDEX 519 

1,140 

4,900 



834 


19 


836 


22 


837 


24 




25 


838 


1 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - MATERNAL AND CHILD HYGIENE INDEX 521 

2538 Aufeiometrist (1-0) 13,274 

Use of Employees Cars 800 700 

Retirement Allowances RET 45,873 43,717 

Social Security CON 13,496 12,719 

Health Sei-vice System HSS 5,897 5,569 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - DISEASE CONTROL 

844 3 Reproduction 350 
21 Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 222 
24 Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 2,450 

845 5 2 Hot Plates 166 



INDEX 525 

250 

180 

2,200 





DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - DENTAL BUREAU INDEX 529 

848 10 Use of Employees Cars 850 725 

14 Stationery and Office Supplies 900 700 

15 Dry Goods, Notions and Fabrics 800 700 
22 Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 22,000 15,000 



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Line Item 



From 



To 



DPH - FOOD AND SANITARY INSPECTION AND RODENT CONTROL INDEX 531 



852 


18 


852 


22 


853 


15 


854 


14 




17 


855 


8 


856 


2 




5 




11 




15 




17 


857 


9 




15 


858 


11 




12 




13 




17 




18 




19 



6120 Environmental Health Insptr. (2-0) 29,682 
6122 Senior Environmental Insptr. (1-0)' 

6102 Rodent Controlman (1-0) 10,423 

Local Fares 1,820 1,000 

Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 500 200 

Use of Employees Cars 34,000 32,000 

Stationery and Office Supplies 6,400 6,000 

Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 10,200 9,000 

Tires and Tubes 200 100 

Household and Institutional Supplies 4,000 3,000 

Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 500 300 

2 Chairs 200 90 

5 File Cabinets 750 428 

Retirement Allowances RET 195,704 190,884 

Social Security CON 60,017 58,281 

Health Service HSS 22,277 21,621 

Retirement Allowances RET 13,579 11,888 

Social Security CON 4,892 4,282 

Health Service System HSS 2,293 1,965 



861 


13 


863 


10 


864 


12 




15 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - JUVENILE COURT INDEX 533 

Physician Specialist, Eff. 10/1/76 7,100 5,325 

**Temporary Wages 3,900 3,900 

Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 800 420 

Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 4,000 3,300 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - HEALTH CENTERS 



INDEX 535 



867 


15 




24 


868 


11 


869 


9 


870 


18 




20 


874 


2 




3 



10/1/76 



1406 Senior Clerk, Eff. 
2202 Dental Aide (1-0) 
2830 Public Health Nurse 
2736 Porter, Eff. 4/1/76 (1-0) 
Janitorial and Window Washing Serv. 
Rental of Other Equipment 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 



(97-90) 
(1-C 



Health Service System 



HSS 



9,505 

9,116 

1,898,310 

10,237 

1,000 

15,000 

569,069 

150,949 

60,278 



7,129 



1,761,320 



500 

13,400 

543,295 

143,413 

59,950 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION 



INDEX 537 



877 
878 



16 
4 



Photographic Supplies 
1 Public Address System 



1,100 
290 



950 




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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING INDEX 539 



880 9 Senior Clerk Stenographer (1) Eff. 1/1/77 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 11,119 

10 Director of Public Health Nursing (1) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 32,442 

881 2 Local Fares 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 150 

3 Travel Expense 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 125 

4 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 75 

6 Subscriptions 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 50 

7 Other Professional Services 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 14,000 

12 Use of Employees Cars 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 200 

15 Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 150 

20 Stationery and Office Supplies 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 1,000 

21 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 50 

882 1 Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 50 

4 Foodstuffs 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 12,383 

8 Retirement Allowances RET 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 7,074 

9 Social Security-Employers Tax CON 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 1,546 

10 Health Service System HSS 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 655 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - STATISTICS AND RECORDS 

884 17 2812 Chief Deputy Registrar of 

Vital Statistics (1-0) 11,322 

886 1 **Temporary Salaries 2,500 

887 13 Retirement Allowances RET 20,269 

14 Social Security CON 7,232 

15 Health Service System HSS 3,931 



To 

INDEX 541 





2,500 

18,430 

6,570 

3,604 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL 



892 



893 



14 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

15 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
19 Other Professional Services 

2 Stationery and Office Supplies 

3 Dry Goods 

15 Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 



950 
2,200 
3,000 
1,800 

300 
8,450 



INDEX 543 

600 
1,700 
1,000 
1,500 

200 
7,400 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL INDEX 545 



896 



899 
900 



21 2233 Supervising Physician Specialist 

(1-0) 32,005 

24 Use of Employees Cars 3,000 2,400 

10 City Directory 125 

19 Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 9,000 8,000 



914 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE INDEX 551 

1220 Payroll Clerk (2-1) 22,022 11,011 

Overtime 2,3U0 1,500 

**Temporary Salaries 72,000 60,000 

Telephone Directory Service 285 185 

Electrical Supplies 500 400 

Stationery and Office Supplies 4,680 3,680 

Retirement Allowances RET 291,632 289,844 

Social Security CON 96,788 96,144 

Health Service System HSS 28,501 28,173 
Various Emergency Hospitals, Misc. 

Reconstruction & Replacement PWC 3,200 



906 


12 


909 

910 
911 


1 

10 

8 

7 


913 


8 
6 
7 



10 



924 


1 




4 




10 




19 




20 




22 


925 


14 




21 




23 


926 


12 




19 




21 




24 


927 


3 




6 


928 


19 




20 




22 


931 


17 


932 


8 




9 




10 




11 


933 


1 




2 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL INDEX 555 

1424 Clerk Typist (1-0) 9,944 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist (1-0) 10,858 

1630 Account Clerk (10-8) 96,672 77,338 

1708 Sr. Telephone Operator (4-3) 40,601 30,451 

1930 Supply Room Attendant (2-1) 24,508 12,254 

2128 Administrative Asst.-LHH (2-0) 32,865 

2446 Sr. Clinical Lab. Tech. (1-0) 18,035 

2542 Speech Therapist (2-1) 32,117 16,058 

2548 Occupational Therapist (3-2) 42,894 28,596 

2650 Assistant Cook (5-4) 60,548 48,438 

2760 Laundry Worker (19-16) 178,742 150,518 

2770 Sr. Laundry Worker (6-4) 59,303 39,535 

2780 Laundry Supervisor (1-0) 10,860 

2910 Social Worker (3-1) 39,709 13,236 

2920 Medical Social Worker (1-0) 17,775 

2322 Head Nurse (31-22) 584,951 415,130 

2322 Head Nurse (1-0) 20,071 

2324 Nursing Supervisor (1-0) 21,062 

7350 Meat Cutter (2-1) 31,779 15,890 

2312 Licensed Vocational Nurse 243,582 229,255 

(17-16) 

2312 Licensed Vocational Nurse (5-0) 57,707 

2320 Registered Nurse (143-142) 2,465,095 2,447,857 

2320 Registered Nurse (20-0) 292,879 

2604 Food Service Worker (81-79) 1,059,006 1,032,858 

2604 Food Service Worker (4-0) 40,194 



-27- 



933 


19 




20 




21 




24 


934 


12 




13 




16 




19 


936 


4 




16 


939 


4 




17 


940 


2 



Page Line Item From 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - LAGUNA HOND A HOS PITAL 

2308 Surgical Aide (1-0) 
2506 Central Supply Rm. Aide (6-3) 
2554 Physical Therapy Aide (2-1) 
7430 Institutional Barber (4-3) 
2736 Porter (76-71) 
2736 Porter (7-0) 
2740 Porter Foreman (3-2) 
2784 Porter General Foreman (1-0) 
Overtime 
**Temporary Salaries 
Use of Employees Cars 
Pest Control 
Bldg.Maint., Painting by Traffic 

Painters in Rainy Weather 
Bldg.Maint., Painting by Traffic 

Painters in Rainy Weather - 

Mandatory Fringe Benefits 
Maint.& Repair Shop Equipment and 

Component Parts 
Builders and Miscellaneous Hardware 
Lumber and Millwork 
Electrical Supplies 
Lighting Fixtures and Lamps 
Stationery and Office Supplies 
Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 
Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 
Dry Goods 
Foodstuffs 
Juvenile Court - Hidden Valley 

Ranch School 
1 Video Tape and Recorder Machine 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 

xAmounts to be computed by Controller. 



To 



941 



942 



946 



21 

23 

25 
1 
2 
7 

12 
1 
4 
8 

20 

9 
21 
22 
23 



HOSPITAL 


INDEX 555 


12,387 





73,703 


36,851 


24,461 


12,231 


49,298 


36,974 


924,768 


863,928 


71,216 





39,071 


26,048 


13,399 





8,000 


6,500 


36,000 


25,000 


700 


600 


4,950 


500 



40,200 



8,720 



20,000 



4,300 



5,500 


4,000 


2,850 


2,000 


1,500 


1,000 


6,600 


5,000 


4,400 


4,000 


26,800 


20,000 


6,600 


5,200 


242,000 


220,000 


165,000 


160,000 


840,000 


775,000 


20,000 


19,000 


3,000 





2,435,131 


X 


801,449 


X 


80,917 


X 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL 



955 



956 



957 



958 



2 Alll Audiologist (1-0) 

8 Director of Pharmacy (1-0) 

9 Institutional Police Lieut. (1), 

Eff. 10/1/76 

10 Appointment Regis. Clerk (1), 

Eff. 10/1/76 

11 Child Psychiatrist (l),Eff 10/1/76 

12 Clinical Director (1), Eff. 10/1/76 

13 Clinical Pharmacist (1), Eff. 10/1/76 
15 Driver-Messenger (3), Eff. 10/1/76 

20 1204 Senior Personnel Clerk 

13 1404 Clerk (5-0) 

15 1408 Principal Clerk (1) , Eff . 10/1/76 
19 1424 Clerk Typist (7-6) , Eff . 10/1/76 
19A 1424 Clerk Typist (0-1). Eff. 7/1/76 

22 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist (1-0) 

23 1428 Ward Clerk (27-23) 

24 1428 Ward Clerk (5-0) 
1 1428 Ward Clerk (1-0) 

5 1440 Medical Transcriber Typist(5-0) 
5A 1440 Med .Trans. Typist (O-l)Eff 10-1-76 

6 1444 Clerk Stenographer (9-8) 

8 1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer (1-0) 

3 1708 Sr. Telephone Operator (1-0) 

16 1930 Supply Room Attendant (1), 

Eff. 10/1/76 



L HOSPITAL 


INDEX 557 


9,066 





19,909 





12,369 


9,277 


9,029 


6,772 


28,129 


21,097 


28,129 


21,097 


18,983 


14,237 


24,189 


18,142 


11,719 





42,556 





11,479 


8,609 


59,438 


38,210 





8,467 


9,251 





298,814 


254,541 


55,507 





9,351 





48,639 








7,295 


86,626 


77,001 


9,722 





8,846 






9,251 



6,938 



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Line Item 



From 



To 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL INDEX 557 



959 





22 




23 


960 


3 




9 




12 




12A 


961 


10 




19 


962 


3 




6 


963 


2 


965 


12 




13 




22 


969 


2 




5 




24 


970 


15 


971 


12 




13 




16 




19 




19A 




21 


972 


11 




13 


973 


4 




11 




24 


974 


5 




9 


975 


15 




20 




23 


979 


13 




16 


980 


1 





24 


981 


4 




23 


982 


1 




4 




23 




24 


985 


5 




9 


1003 


18 




19 


1005 


13 




15 


980 


14 



2230 Physician Specialist (4), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2402 Laboratory Helper (4-2) 
2402 Laboratory Helper (1-0) 
2409 Pharmacy Technician (4), 

Eff. 10/1/76 

2425 Radiologic Technician I (2), 
Eff. 10/1/76 

2426 Radiologic Technician II (9-0) 
2426 Radiologic Technician II (0-5), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2520 Morgue Attendant (1) , Eff . 10/1/76 
2618 Food Service Supervisor (1), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2656 Chef (1), Eff. 10/1/76 
2710 Housemother (1-0) 
8202 Watchman (1-0) 
Infection Control Coordinator (1), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
Nurse Practitioner (3), Eff. 10/1/76 
2324 Nursing Supervisor (3-2) 
2920 Medical Social Worker (14-12) 
2924 Medical Social Worker Supv. (2-1) 
2444 Clinical Laboratory Tech. (1-0) 
7334 Stationary Engineer (2), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2310 Operating Room Technician (4), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
Licensed Vocational Nurse (133-118) 1, 
Licensed Vocational Nurse (2-0) 
2320 Registered Nurse (18-0) 
2320 Registered Nurse (0-4), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2340 Operating Room Nurse (3-1) 
2604 Food Service Worker (67-60) 
2604 Food Service Worker (2-0) 
2302 Orderly (163-156) 2, 

2506 Central Supply Room Aide (4), 

Eff. 10/1/76 
Housekeeping Aide (5-0) 
2736 Porter (2-0) 
2738 Porter SubForeman (1-0) 
Extended Work Week - Kitchen 
Sick Leave Replacement 
**Temporary Salaries (Mayor's cler. err) 
Pest Control 

Other Professional & Special Serv. 
Bldg. Maint., Painting by Traffic 

Painters in Rainy Weather PWR 
Bldg. Maint., Painting by Traffic 

Painters in Rainy Weather - 

Mandatory Fringe Benefits PWR 
Tires and Tubes 
Builders and Misc. Hardware 
Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 
X-ray supplies 
Drugs, Chemicals and Gases 
Foodstuffs 

Meat, Poultry, Fish and Produce-LHH 
Manual typewriter 
Manual typewriter 
6 Chairs, Typist 
30 Chairs with arms 
1 Electric typewriter 
1 Electric typewriter 
Medical Service & Care-U.C. Contract 



113,577 

35,711 

8,256 

45,526 

21,402 
99,589 


10,565 

9,766 
13,943 

9,573 
10,450 

17,430 

45,441 
64,011 
238,017 
40,844 
13,202 

33,495 

48,712 
692,467 

24,314 
267,858 


45,379 

745,020 
21,322 

092,008 

45,748 

54,524 

22,352 

11,521 

5,281 

2,000 

277,801 

8,595 

249,939 

40,200 



85,183 

17,854 



34,145 

16,052 


41,494 
7,924 

7,325 

10,457 



13,073 
34,081 
42,674 
204,012 
20,422 


25,121 

36,534 

1,501,550 





44,643 

15,126 

667,140 



2,002,104 

34,311 







4,000 

1,000 

79,219 

500 

233,000 

5,000 



8,720 


1,090 


1,200 


600 


19,052 


15,000 


1,343,501 


1,275,000 


320,000 


315,000 


1,557,875 


1,460,000 


676,500 


660,000 


250,000 


200,000 


300 


230 


300 


230 


500 


240 


1,600 


1,200 


500 


420 


500 


420 


183,093 


178,607 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH - SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL INDEX 557 



1006 3 2 Electric typewriters 

13 1 Electric typewriter 

14 1 Electric typewriter 

16 1 Dictating machine 

17 1 Transcribing machine 
1008 5 Retirement Allowances 

6 Social Security 

7 Health Service System 

18 Police Department, I.D.W.O. 
1010 4 Office Space for Mission 

Emergency PWC 



RET 
CON 
HSS 



900 

510 

510 

500 

500 

3,818,770 

1,304,250 

509,418 

99,324 

21,100 



840 

420 

200 

200 

200 

3,594,394 

1,229,155 

478,624 

52,628 





DPH - COMM UNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTE RS - ADMINISTRATION INDEX 561 



1012 


7 


1012 


17 


1012 


19 


1012 


21 


1016 


18 


1016 


21 


1016 


24 


1017 


10 


1018 


10 


1019 


4 


1019 


6 


1021 


4 


1021 


7 


1021 


10 


1021 


13 


1021 


20 


1021 


22 


1021 


25 


1022 


1 


1022 


2 


1022 


7 


1023 


8 


1023 


18 


1024 


23 


1027 


9 


1027 


10 


1027 


11 


1027 


2 


1027 


3 


1027 


4 


1027 


16 


1027 


17 


1027 


18 



1031 


9 




13 


1033 


7 




10 




14 




15 




22 


1034 


4 




20 




21 


1035 


4 


1036 


11 




12 




13 


1038 


9 




11 


1040 


25 


1041 


1 




2 



Comm. Mental Health Service 11,763,276 

Sunset Mental Health Center-Medical 359,000 

Bayview Mental Health Center-Med. 992,000 

Mission Mental Health Center-Med. 995,000 

1270 Dept. Pers. Off. Eff .10-1-76 19,027 

1424 Clerk Typist (2-1) 18,448 

1450 Princ. Clerk Steno (1-0) 12,188 

1822 Admin. Analyst (1-0) 16,400 

1842 Management Assistant (1-0) 15,634 

2570 Coord. Voc . Rehab. (1-0) 23,699 

2587 Health Worker III (1-0) 10,021 

Inst. Admin. - Overtime 988 

Inst. Admin - Holiday 1,517 

**Admin.- Temporary Salaries 111,804 

**Inst. Admin - Temporary Salaries 2,196 

Local Fares 400 

Travel Expense 6,550 

Reproduction 500 

Telephone and Telegraph 129,295 

Printing 6,000 

Other Professional Services 176,866 

Use of Employees Cars 621 

Out-Patient Care 340,864 

Fuels 3,600 

Retirement Allowances RET 8,325 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 2,998 

Health Service System HSS 1,311 

Retirement - Admin RET 104,308 

Social Security-Emp. Tax -Admin. CON 31,547 

Health Service System - Admin. HSS 13,104 

Retirement Allowances - Rehab. RET 15,225 

Social Security-Emp. Tax-Rehab. CON 4,993 

Health Service System - Rehab. HSS 1,638 

xTo be computed by Controller. 

DPH - COMMUNITY MENIAL HEALTH CENTERS 
CENTER FOR SPECIAL PROBLEMS " 

2587 Health Worker III (5-4) 
2930 Psychiatric Social Worker(7-6) 
**Temporary Wages 
Fees, Compensation 
Local Fares 
Travel Expense 
Janitorial, Window Washing 
Use of Employee Cars 
Photo Supplies 

Stationery and Office Supplies 
Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 

DPH - CMHS - MENTAL RETARDATION 

1424 Clerk Typist (1-FT to 1-PT) 9,944 
2232 Sr. Physician Specialist 

(1-FT to 1-PT) 35,187 

Retirement Allowances RET 35,879 

Social Security CON 10,105 

Health Service System HSS 3,931 



11,508,226- 

369,000 

1,062,000 

1,065,000 

14,270 

9,224 











600 

1,000 

70,000 

?,196 

200 

4,000 

400 

123,754 

4,000 

136,606 

200 

299,864 

2,400 

13,164 

4,710 

1,967 



INDEX 563 



55,627 


44,502 


122,332 


105,524 


800 


600 


880 


600 


750 


400 


1,700 


1,300 


652 


200 


1,100 


900 


2,750 


2,500 


550 


200 


119,945 


X 


36,504 


X 


11,466 


X 




INDEX 565 



4,972 

26,390 

33,643 

9,300 

3,603 



-30- 



Line Item 



From 



1051 


9 


1053 


7 


1053 


22 


1054 


2 


1054 


6 


1054 


6A 


1054 


7 


1054 


7A 


1055 


8 


1056 


18 


1058 


12 




13 


1059 


13 




15 




21 


1060 


13 


1062 


6 




9 


1064 


2 




2A 




3 




5 




5 




5a 




7 




8 




8A 


1065 


7 




10 




11 


1066 


2 




19 




19A 


1067 


3 


1069 


18 




18A 




22 




23 


1071 


13 




16 




19 




22 


1072 


16 




19 




22 


1073 


1 




4 


1076 


2 




23 


1079 


1 


1081 


8 




23 


1083 


18 




23 



DPH - CMHS - MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS 

1444 Clerk Stenographer (2-1) 

o«n £i erk Stenographer (Eff. 10-1-76) 
. of Actlv. Therapy (2-1) 



To 

INDEX 567 



20,776 
9.879 

24,497 
8,544 

68,926 



Overtime, Holiday 

Overtime, Holiday 

Overtime, Holiday 

Overtime, Holiday 

Overtime, Holiday 



SFGH Psych. Serv. 
Bayview MHC 
Mission MHC 
Northeast MHC 
Northeast MHC-Fed 
Reduction Not Detailed-Bayview MHC 
Reduction Not Detailed-Northeast MHC 
Medical Service and Care - Sunset MHC 5 
Reduction Not Detailed-Sunset MHC M&S 
Reduction Not Detailed-Bayview MHC M&S 
Reduction Not Detailed-Northeast MHC 
Hospital and Laboratory Supplies - 
SFGH Psychiatric Service 



10,388 
7,410 

12,249 
2,136 

51,695 



oo?n ^ eal £ Worker II (1) 7/1/76-9-30-76 
2930 Psychiatric Social Worker (4-3) 
2930 Psychiatric Social Worker (1) 

7/1/76 - 9/30/76 v ' L qnn 

2932 Sr. Psychiatric Soc. Worker (3-2) 57-, 722 3 8,* MI 

2932 Sr. Psychiatric Social Worker (1) 

7/1/76-9/30/76 
2574 Clinical Psychologist (1) 

7/1/76-9/30/76 

2232 Sr. Physician Specialist (1) 
Eff. 10/1/76 

2323 Clinical Nurse Specialist (1) 

Eff. 10/1/76 
2326 Nursing Supervisor, Psychiatric 

(1) 7/1/76-9/30/76 
1404 Clerk (1-0) 
1424 Clerk Typist (3-2) 

2233 Supervising Physician Specialist 
(1) 7/1/76 - 9/30/76 

2932 Sr. Psychiatric Social Worker 
(1) Eff. 10/1/76 

2586 Health Worker II (1) 7/1/76 - 
9/30/76 

2587 Health Worker III (1) 7/1/76- 
9/30/76 

2574 Clinical Psychologist (3-2) 

2574 Clinical Psychologist (1) 
7/1/76-9/30/76 

2576 Supervising Clinical Psycholo- 
gist (1) 7/1/76-9/30/76 

2586 Health Worker II (18-20) 
Mayor's cler. err. 

2586 Health Worker II (20-19) 

2586 Health Worker II (0-1) 
7-1-76 - 9-30-76 

2586 Health Worker II (2-0) 

2587 Health Worker III (16-14) 
2587 Health Worker III (0-2) 

7/1/76 through 9/30/76 
2305 Psychiatric Technician (1-0) 
2604 Food Service Worker (1-0) 
2736 Porter (1-0) 

2305 Psychiatric Technician (5-4) 
2305 Psychiatric Technician (18-14) 
2305 Psychiatric Technician (0-4) 

7/1/76 - 9/30/76 
2736 Porter (1-0) 

2305 Psychiatric Technician (12-10) 
2305 Psychiatric Technician (0-2) 

7/1/76 through 9/30/76 
2320 Registered Nurse (6-5) 
2604 Food Service Worker (1) 

7/1/76 through 10/31/76 
Holiday Pay - Northeast 
Holiday Pay - Northeast - Federal 
**Temporary Salaries - SFGH Psychiatric 

Service 
**Sunset Mental Health Center - 

Patient Help 






4,810 


21,558 


5,389 


30,515 


22,887 


10,501 


6,001 


12,874 

9,157 

28,615 


3,219 


19,077 


35,618 


8,905 


16,934 


12,701 


8,544 


2,136 


11,262 
58,984 


2,815 
39,323 





4,915 


23.150 


5,788 


160,869 
172,546 


172,546 
164,022 



17,874 


2,136 



158,646 


139,488 



13,963 
11,442 
11,567 
69,815 
251,334 


4,734 







55,852 

223,408 




10,836 

174,402 


13,968 



145,334 



101,298 


7,266 
84,415 


10,888 
2,677 
2,677 


3,630 

500 
500 



10 


360 


6,500 


9 


617 


5,000 


7 


782 


4,551 


18 


362 


5,000 


6 


982 


1,500 
-2,000 
-3,000 


68 


621 


923,721 
-1,000 
-1,000 
-4,000 



500 



100 



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To 



DPH - CMHS - MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS 



INDEX 567 



1084 16 Drugs - SFGH Psychiatric Service 4,360 
19 Drugs - Sunset MHC 55,000 

1085 7 Foodstuffs - SFGH Psychiatric Service 3,285 
19 Foodstuffs - Northeast MHC 58,635 

1091 25 Retirement Allowances - SFGH Psychi- 

atric Service RET 62,178 

1092 1 Social Security - SFGH Psychiatric 

Service CON 24,150 

1091 17 Retirement Allowances RET 

Mission MHC - Growth 109,737 

18 Social Security CON 

Mission MHC - Growth 32,443 

19 Health Service System HSS 

Mission MHC - Growth 13,104 

1092 2 Health Service System HSS 

SFGH Psychiatric Service 3,604 

8 Retirement Allowances RET 

Sunset MHC 132,103 

9 Social Security CON 

Sunset MHC 40,774 

10 Health Service System HSS 

Sunset MHC 9,173 

16 Retirement Allowances RET 

Bayview MHC 153,600 

17 Social Security CON 

Bayview MHC 49,967 

18 Health Service System HSS 

Bayview MHC 8,518 

24 Retirement Allowances RET 

Bayview MHC Federal 46,657 

25 Social Security CON 

Bayview MHC Federal 12,778 

1093 1 Health Service System HSS 

Bayview MHC Federal 4,914 

7 Retirement Allowances RET 

Mission MHC Federal 115,595 

8 Social Security CON 

Mission MHC Federal 35,436 

9 Health Service System HSS 

Mission MHC Federal 8,845 

15 Retirement Allowances RET 

Mission MHC 99,591 

16 Social Security CON 

Mission MHC 30,037 

17 Health Service System HSS 

Mission MHC 9,172 

23 Retirement Allowances RET 

Northeast MHC 122,829 

24 Social Security CON 

Northeast MHC 41,190 

25 Health Service System HSS 

Northeast MHC 7,862 

1094 5 Retirement Allowances RET 

Northeast MHC Federal 195,502 

6 Social Security CON 

Northeast MHC Federal 69,535 

7 Health Service System HSS 

Northeast MHC Federal 24,570 



2,360 

52,500 

285 

54,635 

36,174 
21,987 

108,499 
x 

13,022 
x 

128,149 

34,349 

8,846 



113,297 

34,608 

8,381 

91,007 

28,417 

8,189 

110,431 

37,574 

6,850 



xAmounts to be computed by Controller 

DPH - CMHS - BUREAU OF ALCOHOLISM 



INDEX 575 



1099 


22 


1100 


21 




23 


1101 


13 


1102 


6 




11 


1104 


9 




15 




23 


1105 


1 




7 


1108 


19 


1112 


17 



1652 Sr. Accountant (1) Eff. 10/1/76 13,953 10,465 

1444 Clerk Stenographer (1-0) 8,845 

1842 Management Assistant (1-0) 15,516 

2588 Health Worker IV (3-2) 38,330 25,555 

1424 Clerk Typist (1-0) 9,266 

2587 Health Worker III (1-0) 10,468 
2320 Registered Nurse (1-0) 13,624 
2320 Registered Nurse (1) Eff. 10/1/76 13,624 10,218 
1424 Clerk Typist (1-0) 8,490 
2548 Occupational Therapist (1-0) 12,452 

2588 Health Worker IV (1-0) 11,568 
**Temporary Wages - AETC 

Special Projects - Contractual Serv. 898,970 843,745 

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From 



To 



DPH - CMHS - BUREAU OF ALCOHOLISM 



INDEX 575 



1122 10 Retirement Allowances - AETC RET 105,035 99,004 

11 Social Security - AETC CON 35,021 32,861 

12 Health Service System - AETC HSS 6,880 5,897 

18 Retirement Allowances RET 

Therapeutic Community 14,256 11,051 

19 Social Security CON 

Therapeutic Community 5,136 3.982 

20 Health Service System HSS 

Therapeutic Community 2,293 1,638 

1123 2 Retirement Allowances RET 

Sixth & Harriett 30,250 22,758 

3 Social Security CON 

Sixth & Harriett 10,421 7,722 

4 Health Service System HSS 

Sixth & Harriett 4,586 3,603 



1126 


20 


1128 


7 




16 


1130 


1 




21 




22 




23 


1129 


7 


1133 


L0 


1134 


6 




7 




8 



DPH - CMHS - METHADONE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM INDEX 581 

2326 Nursing Supv. , Psychiatric (1-0) 19,166 

**Temporary Salaries 2 7,356 16,338 
**Temporary Wages 

Hospital and Laboratory Supplies 25,600 17,730 

Retirement Allowances RET 54,265 51,152 

Social Security CON 21,037 20,142 

Health Service System HSS 5,569 5,242 

Other Professional Services 428,574 408,574 

DPH - CMHS - GENERAL SERVICES INDEX 583 

2587 Health Worker III (8-5) 90,858 56,787 

Retirement Allowances RET 17,841 12,308 

Social Security CON 6,427 4,434 

Health Service System HSS 2,621 1,638 



1149 



OFF-STREET PARKING 

Maintenance and Operations - 
Parking Facilities 



INDEX 608 



38,000 



35,000 



THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO INDEX 621 

1160 16 3546 Curator II (2-1) 29,718 14,859 

1161 5 8202 Watchman, Eff. 10/1/76 16.982 14,666 

1163 4 Holiday Pay 19,063 15,572 
10 **Temporary Salaries 1,600 1,600 
13 **Admissions Division - Temporary Sal. 1.708 1,708 

1164 18 Pest Control 500 50 

1164 4 Travel Expense - Routine Duties 1,000 
6 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 16,016 12,000 

10 Telephone and Telegraph 16,420 15,850 

11 Postage 5,900 5,000 
13 Subscriptions 1,100 950 
19 Other Professional & Special Services 11,922 11,000 
21 Other Contractual Services 550 475 

1165 12 Maint.& Repair of Buildings 58,400 57,500 
18 Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 1,050 920 
21 Exhibitions 28,188 26,900 

1167 7 Clothing and Individual Equipment 2,100 
10 Bottled Water 400 

15 Less Reduction Not Detailed -4,833 -5,078 

1168 22 1 Electric Typewriter 652 
23 1 Adding Machine 300 190 

1169 9 Library & Reference Books 4,400 4,200 

16 Membership Dues 1,350 1,075 
1171 3 Ultraviolet Radiation Protection 8,300 

1169 25 Retirement RET 220,853 220,482 

1170 1 Social Security CON 66,755 66,621 



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Line 



Item 



From 



To 



THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO INDEX 622 



1177 



1179 
1180 



1178 



1189 



1190 



1192 
1193 



1194 
1195 



1197 
1201 



1202 



1214 



1215 



1216 



1231 



1232 



1233 
1234 





As IAN ART MUSEUM oF SAN 


Francisco 




3 


Freight, Express, Draying, Etc. 


2,800 


2,000 


8 


Printing 




2,000 


1,667 


9 


Bookbinding 




1,000 


833 


14 


Other Contractual Services 










(Mayor's Clerical Error) 




5,000 


13,192 


14 


Other Contractual Services 




13,192 


11,342 


22 


Maint.& Repair of Buildings 




15,830 


12,600 


12 


Less Reduction Not Detailed 







-3,000 


13 


1 Lens, View Camera 




870 





5 


Overhead X-ray Trolley System 


2,000 





1 


Professional Contract (Mayor' 


s Cler. 


Er)51,090 


42,898 




PUBLIC LIBRARY 




INDEX 631 


14 


*3630 Librarian I (59-57) 




815,799 


788,145 


17 


*3632 Librarian II (46-46) 




734,869 


734,869 


19 


*3634 Librarian III (23-23) 




409,306 


409,306 


1 


4334 Investigator (1-0) 




13,363 





7 


7418 Senior Book Repairer (1 


-o) 


10,213 





3 


7344 Carpenter (1-0) 




24,167 





4 


**Temporary Salaries 




- 


- 


11 


3602 Library Page - As Needed 


418,018 


360,000 


13 


3630 Librarian 




39,884 





3 


Travel Expense 




2,000 


1,200 


24 


Less Reduction Not Detailed 






-23,000 


5 


Maint.& Repair of Buildings 


PWR 


38,700 


20,050 


17 


Bookbinding 




60,000 


50,000 


13 


Less Reduction Not Detailed 




-39,525 


-56,525 


3 


Shelving 




31,060 


20,000 


8 


31 Book Trucks, Wood, Large 




5,115 


4,115 


8 


Membership Dues 




4,000 


3,000 


17 


Retirement Allowances 


RET 


602,461 


590,217 


18 


Social Security 


CON 


206,991 


203,099 


19 


Health Service System 


HSS 


96,304 


94,666 


*Funding limited to City locations and 


workhours . 




RECREATION AND PARK - MARINA YACHT 


HARBOR 


PROJECT FUND 


INDEX 648 


1 


Overtime 




2,975 


1,500 


4 


Holidays 




3,542 


2,700 


7 


**Temporary Salaries 




20,880 


12,500 


15 


Postage 




1,248 


650 


1 


Use of Employee Cars 




900 


300 


5 


Dredging 




10,000 


8,000 


6 


Interdepartmental Work Order 


to DPW 








for Structural Repairs 




25,000 


20,000 


16 


1 Calculator, Printing 




340 


285 




RECREATION AND PARK - GENERAL DIVISION 


INDEX 651 



1228 


5 


1229 


7 




23 


1230 


6 




14 




17 



25 



22 



14 

2 

10 
15 



1444 Clerk Stenographer (3-2) 

3208 Pool Lifeguard (1-0) 

3291 Principal Recreation Supv. (8-7) 

3464 Area Supervisor, Parks, Squares 

and Facilities (4-3) 
7312 Chauffeur (1-0) 
8208 Park Patrolman (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
Animal Keeper (2-0) 
3330 Amusement Operations Manager 

(1-0) 
Less 57o reduction for inclement 

weather (Class 3284) and 10% 

for Classes 3424, 3428 and 3430. 
Less 107 o reduction for inclement 

weather, for Class 3410 
2714 Janitor (66-65) 
7370 Rigger (1-0) 
7514 General Laborer (3-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 



28,103 
332B398 
167,666 

88,576 
11,261 

372B446 
21,402 

394B473 



18,735 



146,708 

66,432 








•68,551 






-195,164 


777,014 


765,241 


14,873 






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1234 17 Less 57<> reduction for inclement 

weather Classes 7346 and 7347, and 
10% for Classes 3434, 3436, 7311, 
7395 and 7514. 

1235 6 3418 Gardener Sub-Foreman (20-19) 
9 Less 10% reduction for inclement 

weather, Classes 3416 and 3418. 

1237 22 **Temporary salarie - Zoo Division 

1238 25 Less Reduction Not Detailed 

1239 13 **Temporary salaries - Gardeners 

1240 11 Travel Expense 

16 Light, Heat and Power LHP 

22 Cleaning, Laundry and Towel Service 

1241 1 Other Rentals of Equipment 
4 Pest control 

6 Engineering Services 

7 Realty Services 

8 Other Professional and Special Serv. 

12 Other Celebrations 
14 Reletter Signs 

18 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 

21 Pest Control 

1242 2 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 
7 Pest Control 

13 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 

14 Malnt.& Repair of San Andreas Pump 

15 Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 

1243 3 Other Contractual Services 

12 Use of Employees Cars -Gen. Division 

13 Use of Employees Cars - Zoo Division 
1245 17 Less Reduction Not Detailed 

1249 10 Less Reduction Not Detailed 

1251 18 Less Reduction Not Detailed 

1254 22 Books, Maps and Other Publications 

1255 6 Books, Maps, Post Cards, Etc. 

1256 1 2 Utility Trucks.3/4 ton (2-1) 

1262 14 1 Freezer, Upright 

16 1 Meat Block 

17 1 Manual Typewriter 

24 1 Lawn Drag, Power 

25 1 Spreader, Loss Material, Powered 

1263 1 1 Soil Shredder 

2 1 Sprayer, Power, 150 Gal., Trailer 

Mounted 

3 1 Lawn Mower, Greens 

4 1 Lawn Mower, Greens 

5 1 Lawn Mower, Greens 

9 1 Lawn Mower, Rotary, 21' 

10 1 Lawn Mower, Vertical, Power 

11 1 Public Address Group 

12 1 Manual Typewriter 
21 Judgments and Claims 



RECREATION AND PARK - SPECIAL ZOO DIVISION 

1270 9 Senior Animal Keeper, Eff. 10/1/76 
10 Scientific Curator (1-0) 

1271 1 Holiday Pay 
4 **Temporary Salaries 
9 Special Zoo Division, Anti-Corrosion 

Preventative Maint .Program 

10 Special Zoo Division, Misc. Repair - 

Various Locations 

11 Special Zoo Division, Plumbing and 

Repair - Various Locations 

12 Special Zoo Division, Paint Exterior 

Trim and Doors -Mothers Building 



To 

INDEX 651 






-85,326 


435,169 


413,411 





-325,699 


1,000 


500 


-44,000 


-68,786 


4,000 


3,300 


2,000 


1,200 


383,998 


370,000 


3,300 


3,000 


500 


400 


1,000 


200 


800 


400 


1,000 


400 


43,000 


38,000 


2,500 


2,250 


3,750 


1,500 


1,350 


500 


220 


40 


500 


300 


176 


25 


662 


313 


655 


350 


1,537 


1,100 


1,000 


800 


31,875 


30,000 


1,082 


300 





-10,000 





-3,000 


240,870 


-246,946 


250 


200 


3,000 


2,000 


12,000 


6,000 


325 





240 





295 





600 





2,080 





1,225 





1,850 





1,000 





1,000 





1,000 





400 





1,200 





350 





295 





4,000 


3,000 


SION 


INDEX 652 


22,127 


16,595 


16,087 





1,215 


1,000 


12,751 


6,500 


10,000 


8,000 


12,700 


10,000 


3,900 


2,500 


1,500 


1,000 



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From 



To 



RECREATION AND PARK - SPECIAL ZOO DIVISION 

1271 13 Maint.& Repair of Office Equipment 500 

21 Office Supplies and Devices 1,000 

22 Miscellaneous 200 

1272 9 Retirement Allowances RET 20,987 

10 Social Security CON 7,196 

11 Health Service System HSS 3,604 



INDEX 652 

150 

600 

100 

17,476 

5,931 

3,276 



RECREATION AND PARK - CANDLESTICK PARK DIVISION 



INDEX 653 



1279 


7 


1280 


18 




19 


1281 


1 




13 




25 


1282 


2 




6 




7 




9 




11 




12 




13 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 




22 




23 


1283 


1 




2 




3 




11 


1284 


2 




4 


1285 


2 




17 



**Temporary Salaries - Asst .Gardeners 6,000 5,520 

Maint.& Repair - Other Equipment 8,600 8,000 

Light, Heat and Power LHP 84,025 74,000 

Engineering Service 600 300 
Candlestick Park, Miscellaneous 

Repair, I.D.W.O. to DPW 60,000 55,000 

Metal Working Supplies 500 200 

Rope, Cable, Fittings 1,200 400 

Valves and Component Parts 2,200 500 

Hand Tools and Component Parts 2,000 400 

Lumber and Millwork 3,400 3,000 

Construction and Building Materials 2,000 1,750 

Electric and Electronic Supplies 4,000 3,200 

Electric Wire and Power Supplies 4, 000 400 

Lighting Fixtures and Lamps 15,000 10,000 

Instruments and Laboratory Supplies 1,100 500 

Chemicals and Chemical Products 1,200 750 

Household and Chemical Supplies 1,000 500 

Books, Maps and Publications 350 250 

Textiles, Leather, Flags 1,000 800 

Agricultural Supplies 500 250 

Metal Bars, Sheets and Shapes 2,000 1,500 

Miscellaneous Supplies 750 500 

Less Reduction Not Detailed -7,000 

10 Turnstiles 5,600 

Retirement Allowances RET 16,334 17,440 

Health Service System HSS 655 1,638 

Candlestick Park, Misc . Improvements 25,000 15,000 
Candlestick Park, Parking Lot 

Repaving 10,000 



RECREATION AND PARK - OPEN SPACE ACQUISITION INDEX 654 

1291 2 Various Locations, Development of 

New Facilities 300,000 

8 High Need Neighborhoods 1,000,000 

9 Various Locations, Land Acquisition 933,657 



1293 


9 




10 


1294 


1 




7 


1294 


23 




25 



RECREATION AND PARK - MAINTENANCE OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS 



3416 Gardener 37,794 

3418 Gardener Sub-Foreman 21,767 

**Temporary Salaries-Asst . Gardeners 3,634 

Chemicals 300 

Retirement Allowances RET 9,673 

Health Service System HSS 

-•After 107o inclement weather reduction. 



INDEX 658 

31,194* 
17,994* 

750 

200 
7,988 

983 



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From 



To 



1297 


23 


1299 


4 




10 




14 




17 




20 


1300 


2 


1302 


16 




17 




18 



RECREATION AND PARK - CAMP MATHER 

3416 Gardener 

**Temporary Salaries 

**Temporary Wages 

Freight, Express, Draying, Etc. 
Transportation to Regular Assign- 
ments Out of Town 
Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 
Other Rental of Equipment 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 



INDEX 


659 


18,896 


17,330 


48,400 


48,400 


5,856 


5,400 


3,600 


3,500 


600 


550 


1,450 


1,200 


1,200 


200 


4,827 


3,560 


1,151 


1,164 





655 



SPECIAL GAS TAX STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND CONSTRUCTION 



INDEX 672 

And 674 



1312 



Various Intersections, Traffic 
Control Devices 



30,000 



15,000 



1313 



1316 



1317 
1318 



5 Transit Preferential Streets Program 

6 Various Locations, Sidewalk Ramps for 

the Handicapped 

7 Traffic Signals - Various Locations 

8 Various Locations - Street Lighting 

in Underground Districts 
11 Various Locations - Modification of 
Traffic Signals 

14 Various Locations, Street Lighting 

Improvements and Extensions 

15 FAU System Streets, Traffic Sign 

Conversion 

22 Various Intersections, Traffic 

Safety Modifications 

23 Various Locations, Surface Sealing 

of Broadway Pavements 
2 Permanent Salaries 
5 Wages 

9 Materials and Supplies 

10 Equipment 

11 Mandatory Fringe Benefits 

8 19th Ave., Lincoln to Rivera, Trees 

16 Various Locations, Resurfacing of 

Select System Streets 
20 Geary Blvd., Gough to Presidio, 
Automatic Irrigation Controls 



70,000 



70,000 
75,000 


100 


000 



150,000 


70 


000 


108,400 







30,000 


20 


000 


60,000 


30 


000 


160,000 


80, 


000 


100,000 

642,641 

801,416 

35,284 

45,597 

303,168 

30,000 


639 

665 

33 

20 

307 



463 
194 
864 
997 
012 




200,000 


150 


000 


44,600 


37 


840 



ROAD COMMISSIONER - ROAD FUND - STREET REPAIR 



1328 



7 
12 

15 

15 
18 
21 
23 
20 

20 

24 
24 
25 



7327 Granite Cutter (3-2) 
7355 Truck Driver 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7404 Asphalt Finisher (0-2) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7404 Asphalt Finisher (2-0) 
7502 Asphalt Worker (15-13) 
7514 General Laborer (28-26) 
7514K General Laborer (1-0) 
7502 Asphalt Worker (0-4) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7502 Asphalt Worker (Eff. 10-1-76) 
7514 Gen. Laborer (0-5) (Mayor 's Cl.l 
7514 General Laborer (5-4) 
Less 10% Reduction for Inclement 

Weather, all Classes Sec. 681030 



46,328 
17,677 



29,722 

39,630 

292,670 

545,104 



58,534 

78,045 

)115,854 

96,545 



INDEX 681 

30,886 




39,630 



207,324 

410,566 



78,045 
58,534 
96,545 
77,236 

-294,987 



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ROAD COMMISSIONER - ROAD FUND - STREET REPAIR 



INDEX 681 



1330 
1331 
1332 



1333 
1334 



7 
8 
3 

11 

2 
7 



1337 


8 




23 


1338 


3 


1339 


13 


1340 


21 




23 




24 


1341 


2 




9 




6 




15 


1342 


8 


1343 


4 




9 



**Temporary Salaries 4,758 2,500 

Freight, Express, Draying, etc. 135 50 
Equipment Rental 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 1,000 4,000 

Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 135,000 130,000 

1 Automobile, Class 8 3,300 3,663 

Total Mandatory Fringe Benefits 883,565 * 

*To be computed by Controller. 

ROAD COMMISSIONER - ROAD FUND - TRAFFIC ENGINEERING INDEX 683 

Principal Traffic Engineer (1-0) 30,929 
5302 Traffic Survey Technician, 

Eff. 10/1/76 10,454 7,841 

5360 Civil Engineer Assistant I (1-0) 9,780 

Travel Expense 550 160 

Holiday and Overtime Pay-Crafts 20,000 15,000 

Permanent Salaries -Crafts TRF PTG 329,431 324,062 

Contractual Services 2,300 2,175 

Mandatory Fringe Benefits PWR 69,001 77,045 

Wages 531,204 478,237 

Market St. Traffic Control Devices 10,000 5,000 

Mandatory Fringe Benefices ELC 112,622 110,707 

Maint.& Repair of Other Equipment 750 500 

1 Half ton truck 7,987 

1 Thermoplastic Applicator 15,000 



ROAD COMMISSIONER - ROAD FUND - GENERAL MAINTENANCE INDEX 684 

1347 12 Application Fees - Environmental 

Evaluation Reports 850 425 

1346 23 Travel Expense 1,000 500 



ROAD COMMISSIONER - ROAD FUND - STREET PLANTING 

1355 15 Less 107 o reduction for inclement 

weather (Class 3410 

1356 4 Less 10% reduction for inclement 

weather 

16 3416 Gardener (19-18) 392,449 

18 Less 107o reduction for inclement 

weather (Classes 3416 and 3418) 



INDEX 686 



-4,526 



-4,805 
336,677 
-38,021 



1358 3 Miscellaneous Repairs and Services 4,490 4,000 
5 Tire recapping 400 200 

11 Services of a Tree Topper 10,000 8,000 

15 Trimming growth for public safety 3,000 2,000 

22 Center Island Planting Maintenance 47,520 37,520 

1359 7 Stationery and Office Supplies 450 300 

8 Agricultural Supplies 4,000 3,500 

9 Fuels, Illuminants and Lubricants 10,000 9,000 



1370 


11 


1371 


18 


1373 


10 




13 




25 



1374 



1375 



LI 



5 

13 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WAR MEMORIAL - GENERAL 

C252 Opera House Attendant PTQ (1-0) 
2714 Janitor (16-15) 
Extended Work Week 
**Temporary Salaries 
2714 Janitor 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7334 Stationary Engineer - Holiday 

Pay (Mayor's Clerical Error) 
7334 Stationary Engineer - Overtime 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
**Temporary Wages - 7377 Stage Electri- 
cian 
Rodent Control 
Use of Employees Cars 



INDEX 691 



4,324 

177,836 

4,285 

10,200 

4,400 





990 
550 
260 





166,721 

3,500 

10,200 

49,198 

130 

1,500 

990 
250 
200 



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From 



To 



1377 


21 




22 




23 


1378 


10 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WAR MEMORIAL - GENERAL 

Retirement Allowances RET 92,793 

Social Security CON 28,889 

Health Services System HSS 13,431 

Service of Gardener 25,124 



INDEX 691 

90,888 
27,994 
13,103 
20,518 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WAR MEMORIAL - ART MUSEUM 







11,563 

11,563 

740 

440 

655 



1382 


10 


2714 Janitor (Eff. 10-1-76) 




9 


2714 Janitor 




25 


2714 Janitor 


1383 


1 


2714 Janitor 


1384 


13 


**Temporary Salaries 




16 


**Temporary Wages 


1385 


16 


Health Service System 



INDEX 692 

9,479 

9,479 





740 

440 

1,310 



1395 


24 


1397 


22 


1416 
1417 


9 
5 


1418 
1419 


4 
11 
23 


1420 

1422 
1421 

1421 


4 

6 

3 

22 

23 

11 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION - BUREAU OF LIGHT. HEAT & POWER INDEX 695 

Lighting of Public Buildings - 

Other Funds 5,027,700 5,003,677 

Elect. Data Process . (Mayor ' s Cl.Er) 5,000 12,000 



EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

A103 Subrogation Officer (1-0) 
8165A Asst. Compensation Claims 
Supervisor (4-3) 
**Temporary Salaries 

Less Reduction Not Detailed 
Less Reduction Not Detailed 

3 Chairs, Secretarial 

2 Manual Typewriters 

From Other Current Funds 

From General Fund 

From Other Current Funds 

Accident Comp.From Other Curr.Fnds 



15,499 

74,928 
6,000 



INDEX 697 



4,000 
-3,555 
-1,141 



168 120 

500 460 

412,400 410,400 

60,032,220 58,515,848 

16,332,913 15,578,183 

1,090,753 945,753 



HEALTH SERVICE SYSTEM 



INDEX 699 



1438 16 1476 Senior Claims Process 
Clerk (3-2) 

17 1630 Account Clerk (3-2) 
1442 2 Retirement Allowances 

3 Social Security 

4 Health Service System 

18 City Matching Funds 



RET 
CON 
HSS 



35,157 
30,362 
51,483 
16,828 
8,518 
4,266,933 



23,438 
20,242 
47,937 
15,550 
7,863 
,139,197 



AIRPORTS COMMISSION - SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT INDEX 725 



1458 


20 


1446 


1459 


1 


5270 




24 


1658 


1460 


4 


1426 




2 


*1341 




7 


5229 




11 


9210 




1LA 


9210 




16 


9220 



1461 



1462 
1463 



10 



18 
2 



Sr. Clerk Stenographer(5-4) 
Sr. Architect (1-0) 
Chief Accountant (1-0) 
Sr. Clerk Typist (1-0) 
Public Service Assistant 



55,108 
22,273 
27,194 
9,467 
10,858 



Associate Traffic Engineer (1-0) 19,816 
Airport Policeman (128-121) 1,780,516 
Airport Policeman (7F) 

Airport Oper. Supv. (8-7) 148,651 

2719 Janitorial Services Asst. 

Supervisor (3-2) 45,783 
Airport Electrician Foreman 

(Eff. 10/1/76) 21,574 

7313 Automotive Machinist (2-1) 41,968 

7346 Painter (6-5) 131,304 



44,084 



10,858 

1,683,110 

130,021 



30,522 

16,181 

20,984 

109,420 



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AIRPORTS COMMISSION 



***7347 Plumber 
(A)7514 General Laborer 

(A) Less 57» for Inclement Weather, 
Class 7514 

2702 Janltress (23-22) 

2714 Janitor (99-94) 

2617 Janitor Sub-Foreman (6-5) 

2718 Janitor Foreman (10-9) 
(B)3410 Asst. Gardener 
(B)3416 Gardener 

3416 Gardener (1-0) 

3418 Gardener Sub -Foreman 

(B) Less 10% for Inclement Weather, 
Classes 3410, 3416 and 3418 

**Temporary Salaries 

**Temporary Salaries - Gardeners 

**Temporary Wages 

Travel Expense - Official 
Transportation to Regular Assign- 
ments Out of Town 
Pest Control 

Less Reduction Not Detailed 
Judgment and Claims 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 
Holiday Pay FRE 

Overtime PGO 

Transportation PGO 

Landing Field, Aprons and Road 
Pavement 



1463 


3 




14 




21 




17 




18 


1463 


19 




20 


1464 


9 




10 




11 




12 




13 


1467 


10 




13 




22 


1468 


5 




7 


1469 


7 


1477 


3 


1478 


4 




21 




22 




23 


1479 


21 


1480 


10 




12 


1482 


23 



From 


To 


.ONAL AIRPORT 


INDEX 725 


275,931 
247,320 


275,931 
247,320 



265,949 
1,144,737 1 


-12,366 

254,386 

,086,922 


71,880 


59,900 


132,090 
32,626 
36,931 
16,014 
21,767 


118;881 

32, 626 

36, 931 



21,767 



10,000 
12,000 
25,777 
13,500 


-9,133 
10,000 
12,000 
25,777 
12,000 


104,645 

6,300 

-2,583 

100,000 

1,306,945 1 

394,553 

92,711 

40,000 

471 

648 




1,000 

-51,072 

50,000 

242,108 

373,363 

88,125 

34,100 







161,000 



* Delete when incumbent leaves this position. 

*** As these positions become vacant, they are 
to be deleted. 



1447 
1451 



1452 



1493 



1494 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION - GENERAL OFFICE INDEX 705 

18 1444 Clerk Stenographer (1-0) 

5 Storage and Care of Vehicles 

6 Travel Expense 

7 Travel Expense, Press and Grand Jury 

8 Maint.& Repair of Auto Equipment 
14 Subscriptions 

20 Subsistence and Care of Persons 

24 Tires and Tubes 

1 Fuels, Lubricants, Oils and Waxes 

16 Automobile Insurance 

22 Retirement Allowances RET 

23 Social Security CON 

24 Health Service System HSS 

PUC - MUNICIPAL RAILWAY OPERATING 

4 1224 Principal Payroll Clerk (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

5 1242 Personnel Analyst (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

9 Clerk (5-0) 49,174 
23 1444 Clerk Steno (1-0) Mayor's cl error 
20 1430 Transcriber Typist (l-O)Mayor's cl.err. 

1 1452 Stenographic Secretary (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

2 Calculating Machine Operator - 

Key Drive (4-3) 37,730 28,296 

5 1632 Senior Account Clerk (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 



8,846 





1,219 





2,000 


1,000 


500 





1,000 


333 


1,250 


425 


1,000 


250 


120 


60 


2,000 


667 


318 


150 


80,335 


78,898 


18,027 


17,510 


6,228 


5,900 




INDEX 735 



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PUC - MUNICIPAL RAILWAY OPERATING 



INDEX 735 



1494 15 1736 EDP Equipment Operator (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
18 Operations Analyst (2-1) 
24 1934 Storekeeper, Eff. 10/1/76 

1495 6 5206 Associate Civil Engineer (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
23 8170 Medical Claims Supervisor (1-0) 

1496 3 Fare Collections Receiver (39-37) 
7 Fare Collections Teller (12-11) 

12 Transit Information Clerk (12-8) 

16 Transit Traffic Checker (4-3) 

20 9130 Transit Schedule Maker (1-0) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 
23 Transit Service Inspector (62-61) 1,225,600 1,205,833 
1498 21 Conductor (982-962) 

22 Motorman (920-900) 

23 Mayor's Clerical Error -1,188,378 -1,808,378 
23 Less Reduction Not Detailed -1,808,378 -3,019,550 




30,614 
11,021 



16,306 

406,160 

127,999 

117,649 

41,282 







15,307 

8,266 





385,318 

117,333 

78,432 

30,963 





1499 



1500 
1501 



1502 



16 Janitor (25-22) 

17 Janitor (1-0) 

18 Janitor (1-0) 

23 7334 Stationary Engineer, Eff . 10/1/76 

5 Electrical Transit Mechanic (73-72) 2 

6 7379 Electronic Transit Mech., 

Eff. 10/1/76 
15 7409 Electronic Transit Serviceman, 

Eff. 10/1/76 
23 Switch Repairer (1-0) 
25 Wire & Rope Maint .Mechanic (1-0) 

2 General Laborer (2-0) 

3 Trackman (20-18) 

4 Trackman (2-0) 

6 Transit Car Cleaner (1-0) 

7 Transit Car Cleaner (4-2) 
13 Sick Leave 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 



308,350 
12,334 
12,334 
18,130 

051,311 

41,350 



271,348 





13,598 

2,023,211 

31,013 



16,404 





15,302 





41,858 





353,413 


318,060 


29,906 





14,188 





56,752 


28,376 



420,138 -351,700 



1507 1 **Temporary Wages - Miscellaneous 

Employees 
9 Platform Employees - Wages 
23 Maint. & Repair of Auto Equipment, 
Motor Coaches 

1508 1 Maint. & Repair of Other Equipment 

and Facilities 

7 Advertising find Printing - 

Promotion 

8 Subscriptions 

13 Rental of Office Machines & Equip- 
ment . 

Subsistence and Care of Persons 

Household Furnishing 

7 Electric Calculators 

1 Electric Adding Machine 
19 ***Compensation Insurance Premiums 



1510 


23 


1512 


6 




7 




19 


1513 


22 




24 




25 


1514 


1 




21 


1515 


1 



Retirement Allowances 
Social Security 
Mandatory Fringe Benefits 
Health Service System 
Holiday Pay 

Electronic Data Processing 
(Mayor's Clerical Error) 



RET 
CON 



HSS 
PGO 



2,000 
1,188,378 



183,000 
120,000 

2,000 

19,000 

1,000 

2,800 

2,100 

200 

650,000 

7,811,317 

2,499,422 

1,500,000 

149,058 

2,055 



2,000 
751,296 



750,000 106,937 



180,000 
81,000 

1,000 

16,000 





2,000 

162 

505,000 

7,503,257 

2,436,820 



142,834 

1,683 



229,082 267,901 



Not to be expended for Newsletters; transit maps; 
memos to passengers; special events except for 
expense for Muni Man of the Month; nor leaflets. 

Injury on duty payments for platform employees 
should be treated identically with miscellaneous 
employees . 



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PUC - WATER DEPARTMENT 



From To 
INDEX 745 



1522 
1524 



1525 



17 1842 Management Assistant (1-0) 15,634 

24 7312 Chauffeur (1-0) 9,935 

12 1750 Photostat Operator (1-0) 12,188 

16 5206 Associate Civil Engineer (6-5) 136,868 114,057 

4 5364 Civil Engineering Assoc. I (7-6) 107,429 92,082 

-W 1706 Tula p hawa Opui - a fc m - (1 0) 9*944 



1527 



1528 
1529 



13 5202 Junior Civil Engineer (3-2) 45,384 30,256 

21 7442 Water Meter Repair Helper (1-0) 12,809 

24 5202 Junior Civil Engineer (2-1) 28,575 14,288 

4 5304 Materials Testing Aide (2-1) 22.695 11,348 



1530 



1531 



1532 



1533 



1535 
1536 



1537 
1538 
1540 

1541 
1542 



1544 
1545 



1 

5 

13 

19 

22 

1 
3 
4 

9 
10 
11 
19 
19 
21 

21 

1 

8 

9 

10 

11 

16 
19 
7 
8 
10 
23 
24 

16 

24 

2 

4 

19 

2 

3 

22 

24 

25 

1 

2 

5 



7317 Sr. Dist. Water Serviceman (1-0) 22,536 

7514 General Laborer (3-2) 53,373 

2706 Housekeeper (1-0) 10,551 
7316 District Water Serviceman 

(26-23) 
2714 Janitor (1-2) 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 11,563 

7250 Utility Foreman (18-17) 473,967 

7316 District Water Serviceman (2-1) 39,547 
7328 Operating Engineer, Universal 

(6-5) 149,493 

7388 Utility Plumber (34-32) 830,469 

7462 Utility Plumber Helper (22-20) 521,424 

7514 General Laborer (31-29) 551,520 

7358 Pattern Maker (1-0) 21,298 

7432 Lineman Helper (1-0) 19,072 
7514 General Laborer (24-23) (Mayor's 

Clerical Error) 426,903 

7514 General Laborer (23-19) 409,193 

7317 Sr. Dist. Water Serviceman (1-0) 22,536 
5310 Surveyors Field Assistant (4-3) 81,608 
5312 Instrument Man (3-2) 67,642 
5314 Survey Party Chief (3-2) 72,560 
6318 Construction Inspector (10-8) 241,868 

**Temporary Salaries 35,000 
**Temporary Salaries - Construction 15,000 
Holiday and Overtime Wages 450,000 
IDWO Adjustments 190,000 
Net Holiday and Overtime Wages 260,000 
Travel Expense 2,850 
♦Transportation to Regular Assign- 
ments Out of Town 12,314 
Subscriptions 1,500 
Subsistence and Care of Persons 1,000 
Realty Service 68,000 
Soil Study 5,000 
1 Carryall 7,000 

Mobile Radio Equipment 6,000 

Fees, Licenses and Permits n'n?o 
Retirement Allowances RET 1,858,332 

Social Security CON b0 o }'° Q V Q 

Health Service System HSS »4,8J 

Electronic Data Processing lln'nnn 

Water Main Extensions 350, UUU 
Cathodic Protection for Pipelines 

and Equipment 20,000 





35,582 





514,107 454,788 



23,126 

447,636 

19,774 

84,359 

781,619 

414,022 

515,938 





409,193 

338,028 



61,206 

45,095 

48,373 

193,494 

35,000 

15,000 

337,500 

142,500 

195,000 

1,000 

6,500 

1,100 

850 

66,500 

2,500 



2.500 
5,500 



491,928 
200,000 

10,000 



For travel to Sunol only. 

To be computed by Controller. 



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Page Line Item 



From 



To 



1552 


15 


1553 


16 


1554 


2 




3 




8 




9 


1558 


1 




4 




10 




16 




19 




23 


1559 


2 




18 




22 


1560 


15 


1562 


2 


1564 


22 


1565 


7 




18 


1566 


16 




17 




18 


1567 


9 




10 


1568 


7 


1569 


22 



PUC - HETCH HETCHY PROJECT 

7408 Asst. Powerhouse Operator (9-8) 
7284 Utility General Foreman (2-1) 

7363 Power House Electrician 
(Eff. 1/1/77) 

7364 Power House Operator (25-23) 
7432K Lineman Helper (1-0) 

7514 General Laborer (15-14) 

Overtime 

Holiday Pay 
**Temporary Salaries 

Holiday and Overtime Wages 
**Temporary Wages 

Local Fares 

Travel Expense 

Other Professional Services 

Payments to DPW 

Subsistence and Care of Persons 

3 Class 8 Automobiles 

Reduction Not Detailed 

Hydrography 

Membership Dues 

Retirement Allowances RET 

Social Security CON 

Health Service System HSS 

PUC - General Office UGO 

Hetch Hetchy Engineering Division 

Power Revenue Optimization Program 

Various Buildings - Repair of Paint 
Exteriors 



INDEX 755 


113,816 


101,170 


57,048 


28,524 


22,182 


11,091 


418,569 


385,083 


19,072 





266,864 


249,074 


15,750 


15,000 


4,070 


2,200 


55,000 


55,000 


347,012 


277,610 


240,000 


200,000 


300 


250 


1,600 


1,000 


24,200 


20,000 


30,000 


10,000 


8,000 


4,000 


15,000 


11,000 





-12,425 


50,000 


49,800 


5,798 


300 


806,843 


775,248 


192,783 


188,709 


35,381 


33,415 


448,355 


439,530 


704,898 


650,000 


200,000 






45,000 



SAN FRANCISCO PORT COMMISSION 
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR IMPROVEMENT FUND 



INDEX 775 



1575 



1578 



1579 
1580 



1581 
1583 



1584 



1585 



1590 
1591 



14 1460 Senior Legal Stenographer (1-0) 
16 *9382 Chief Counsel, Port of S.F. 

18 9390 Exec. Asst. to the Port 

Director (1-0) 

25 1632 Sr. Account Clerk (3-2) 

9 5208 Civil Engineer 

(Mayor's Clerical Error) 

1 Technical Assistant (1-0) 

10 7328 Operating Engr. .Universal (1-0) 

11 7332 Maintenance Machinist (3-2) 
13 7342 Locksmith (1-0) 

23 7404 Asphalt Finisher (2-1) 

24 7514 General Laborer (17-16) 

25 9310 Switchman (1-0) 

3 9331 Piledriver Engineman (3-2) 

7 **Temporary Salaries 

23 Travel Expense-Assn. Meetings 

25 Transportation to Regular Assign- 
ments Out of Town 

1 Travel Expense - Routine 

12 Printing and Photography 

13 Subscriptions 
20 Pest Control 

24 Other Professional & Special Serv. 

1 ***Promotional Expense 

2 ****Subsidies to Promotional Agencies 

3 Entertainment of Visitors 

4 Other Contractual Services 
3 1 Desk Computer 

15 Membership Dues 

7 Service Pension 

8 Retirement Allowances RET 

10 Social Security - Employers Tax CON 

12 Health Service System HSS 



11,897 
33,877 

23,204 
32,574 


15,600 
26,939 
66,279 
24,519 
39,630 
335,121 
11,995 
74,200 
80,000 
15,000 

2,000 

1,000 

15,000 

2,500 

1,500 

140,000 

50,000 

40,000 

30,000 

20,000 

2,200 

20,000 

284,619 

385,089 

103,691 

39,250 







22,633 

24,952 



44,186 


19,815 

315,408 



49,466 

70,000 
7,500 

1,000 



12,000 

1,000 

350 

130,000 

50,000 

40,000 

18,780 

18,000 



13,450 

280,846 

356,664 

98,833 

37,284 



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P age Line Item From To 

SAN FRANCISCO PORT COMMISSION 
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR lMPROVEMENT~FUND INDEX 775 

1592 6 *Permanent Salaries, City Attorney 44,966 

6A *Mandatory Fringe Benefits, City Attorney 9,549 
8 Transfer to Fire Department 800,215 

* Transfer funds to City Attorney to finance 

1 position of 8180 Principal Attorney, Civil and 
Criminal and 1 1460 Senior Legal Stenographer, as 
deleted from page 1575, Lines 14 and 16 

*** Do not release $25,000 until Finance Committee 

has received a report from the Port by 12/31/76. 

**** Funding not authorized for advertising agency fees. 



ALL DEPARTMENTS 

** Fifty percent of all temporary salary/wage 

money is to be reserved. The departments shall 
appear before the Finance Committee to justify 
all full time positions from temporary salaries/ 
wages by December 15, 1976. 



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t .3 - RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 



May 24, 1976 
Op uOt-tJiChf-Snafvi-tA-nj (Revised) 



SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET REQUESTS 
1976 - 1977 



Line Item 



Increue Decrease 
CITY PLANNING INDEX 119 



10 19 (Rental) Real Estate Department 3,732 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION INDEX 121 

14 14 *-*Temporary Salaries 17,405 

14 16 Retirement Allowance RET 2,826 

14 17 Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 895 

14 18 Health Service System HSS 328 

INDEX 123 
CONTROLLER - ADMINISTRATION 

15 19 Professional & Spec . Services - 40,000 

* Risk Management 

15 22 Executive's Term Life Insurance 180,000 

21 17 Social Security-Employer ' s Tax CON 

General Fund 103,822 

Other Funds 2,855 

*Not to be released until report is presented 
to Finance Committee which will approve contracts. 

CONTROLLER - ED P INDEX 124 

23 5 **Temporary Salaries 109,986 

23 6 **Temporary Salaries-Special Projects 1,906 

23 7 **Temporary Salaries-Police 10,497 

23 8 **Temporary Salaries-SFGH 1,611 

23 18 Retirement Allowance RET 10,716 

23 19 Social Security-Employer 's Tax CON 3,539 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE-FAMILY SUPPORT BUREAU 

INDEX 141 

1458 Legal Steno 1 10,135 

1458 Legal Steno 7 70,943 

1222 Sr. Payroll Personnel 1 10,423 

1402 Junior Clerk 2 14,161 

1404 Clerk (4-3) 25,474 

1406 Sr. Clerk 1 9,505 

1410 Chief Clerks(2-1) 13,489 

1424 Clerk Typist (15-11) 93,435 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 6 55,502 

Investigator I (10-9) 110,142 

Investigator II 3 39,885 

Investigator 111(15-14) 220,274 

Investigator IV (6-4) 69,090 

Asst. Chief Child Support Inves.v2 45,638 

Chief Child Support Inves.VI 1 25,688 

8176 Trial Attorney 1 19,617 

8178 Sr. Attorney 2 46,322 

8180 Principal Attorney 1 27,982 

8180 Principal Attorney 1 27,982 

8401 Probation Assistant (8-7) 94,191 

Chief Admin. Off., Dist. Attorney 1 27,209 

Director, Child Support Bureau 1 38,200 

Admin. Asst., Child Support B. 1 16,334 

1842 Management Assistant 1 13,311 

1630 Account Clerk 5 41,693 

1650 Accountant 1 11,566 

1708 Sr. Telephone Operator 1 8,846 



26 


11 


•26 


12 


26 


3 


26 


4 


26 


5 


26 


6 


26 


7 


26 


8 


26 


9 


26 


21 


26 


22 


26 


23 


26 


24 


27 


1 


27 


2 


27 


3 


27 


4 


27 


5 


27 


6 


27 


7 


27 


8 


27 


9 


27 


10 


27 


12 


26 


14 


26 


16 


26 


18 



Line 



Item 



Increase Decrease 



73 



PARKING AUTHORITY OF SAN FRANCISCO INDEX 157 
Expenditure Receipts by Transfer 63,046 



74 


16 


75 


4 


75 


5 


78 


15 


78 


16 


78 


17 


78 


18 


78 


19 


78 


20 


78 


23 


78 


24 


79 


1 


79 


2 


79 


8 


79 


9 


79 


10 


79 


11 


79 


12 


79 


13 


79 


17 


79 


18 


78 


21 


78 


22 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Q2 Police Officer -7 

Retirement 

Social Security-Employer's Tax 



INDEX 161 



CON 



Deputy Chief of Police -1 

Deputy Chief of Operations 1 

Chief of Inspectors -1 

Deputy Chief of Inspectors 1 

Director of Traffic -1 

Deputy Chief of Support Services 1 

Supervising Captain of Districts -1 

Supervising Captain of Patrol 1 

Captain of Traffic -1 

Supervising Captain of Traffic 1 

Q80 Captain -1 

Captain of Inspectors -1 

Director of Personnel -1 

Director of Bureau of Criminal Info.-l 

Q50 Sergeant -2 

Property Clerk -1 

Retirement Allowances-Current RET 

Health Service System HSS 

Department Secretary -1 

Deputy Chief Administration 1 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 



4,639 



648 
648 
648 
620 
620 



34,620 



131,712 

62,926 

42,648 

42,648 

42,648 

34,620 

31,524 

29,328 
31,524 
29,964 
29,964 
43,728 
29,328 
99,984 
2,293 



34,620 



INDEX 169 



80 



21 Total Supplemental Budget 



623,651 



85 


14 


85 


15 


86 


12 


86 


14 


86 


15 



SHERIFF INDEX 173 

Exec. Secy. /Director 1 22,610 
Senior Clerk Stenographer 0-1 9,505 

Retirement Allowances RET 5,215 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 1,451 
Health Service System HSS . 655 



94 



13 



96 


3 


96 


4 


96 


5 


96 


6 


96 


7 


96 


8 


96 


9 


96 


10 


96 


11 


96 


12 


96 


13 


96 


14 


96 


15 


96 


16 


96 


17 


96 


18 


96 


19 


96 


20 


96 


21 


96 


22 



SUPERIOR COURT INDEX 179 

Services of Other Department- 3,251 

Controller EDP IDWO 
Executive Officer, Superior Court -1 36,792 

Executive Officer, Superior Court 1 34,692 
Administrative Assistant -3 65,986 

Administrative Assistant 3 72,585 

Criminal Courts Coordinator -1 20,508 

Criminal Courts Coordinator 1 21,732 
Civil Courts Coordinator -1 21,276 

Civil Courts Coordinator 1 23,400 

Court Assistant -2 27,264 

Court Assistant 2 28,080 

Court Commissioner -6 180,600 

Court Commissioner 6 202,455 

Assistant Court Commissioners -4 79,377 

Assistant Court Commissioners 4 87,027 
Pre-Trial Asst. and Statistician -1 21,276 

Pre-Trial Asst. and Statistician 1 23,400 
Admin. Asst. to the Master Calendar 

Judge, Criminal -1 20,508 

Admin. Asst. to the Master Calendar 

Judge, Criminal 1 21,732 

Domestic Relations Court Commiss.-l 22,884 

Domestic Relations Court Commiss. 1 23,796 



-4- 



Line 



Item 



Increase Decrease 



SUPERIOR COURT CONTINUED 



INDEX 179 



96 


23 


96 


24 


96 


25 


97 


1 


97 


2 


97 


3 


97 


4 


97 


5 


97 


6 


97 


7 


97 


8 


97 


9 


97 


10 


97 


11 


97 


13 


97 


14 


97 


15 


97 


16 


97 


17 


97 


18 


97 


19 


97 


20 


97 


21 


97 


22 


97 


23 


97 


24 


98 


3 


98 


4 



Administrator, S.F. Justice 

Information System -1 
Administrator, S F. Justice 

Information System 1 
Deputy Domestic Relations Comm.-4 
Deputy Domestic Relations Comm. 4 
Counselor in Mental Health -1 
Counselor in Mental Health 1 
Chief Calendar Clerk -1 
Chief Calendar Clerk 1 
Chief Assistant Calendar Clerk -1 
Chief Assistant Calendar Clerk 1 
Research Assistant -4 
Research Assistant 4 
Judicial Secretary -8 
Judicial Secretary (9-8) 
Junior Clerk Typist -1 
Junior Clerk Typist 1 
Clerk Typist -4 
Clerk Typist 4 
General Clerk -1 
General Clerk 1 
Information Clerk -2 
Information Clerk 2 
Admin. Asst. to the Juvenile Court 

Judge -1 
Admin. Asst. to the Juvenile Court 

Judge 1 
Traffic Hearing Officer -1 
Traffic Hearing Officer 1 
Retirement Allowances RET 
Social Security-Employer 's Tax CON 



12,360 

73,728 

23,196 

21,732 
17,220 
58,306 

102,997 

8,520 

37,020 

7,788 
22,416 

18,758 

20,916 

8,842 
574 



12 , 000 

70,896 
21,888 

20,508 

16,248 

55,255 

101,030 

6,942 
35,944 

7,560 
21,768 

18,146 

19,728 



Employees shall be paid 6 1/4 percent more than the 
base rate for work performed during night duty hours. 
Night duty is any work performed after 6pm or prior 
to 6 am. 



99 


18 


99 


23 


99 


24 


100 


2 


100 


3 


103 


2 


103 


3 


103 


4 


103 


5 


103 


6 


103 


10 


103 


14 


103 


15 


103 


16 


103 


17 


103 


18 


103 


19 


103 


20 


103 


21 


103 


22 


103 


25 


104 


11 


104 


12 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

Dues, County Supervisors Association 
1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer -1 
Confidential Secretary, Budget Bur.l 
Social Security-Employer's Tx.CON 
Retirement Allowance RET 

Chief Labor Negotiator, Bd. of Supv. 1 
Asst.Dir. ,Emp.Rel.Divn.l 943B1141 

Labor Negotiator 1 

1246 Prin. Personnel Analyst 1 

Senior Clerk Stenographer 2 
Overtime 
Travel Expense 

Maint. and Repair-Office Equip. 
Reproduction Services 
Telephone and Telegraph 
Postage 
Subscriptions 

Court Reporter Transcriptions 
Litigation and Claims Expenses 
Other Professional and Spec. Services 
Use of Employees Cars 
1 Chair, Executive With Arms 
1 Calculator, Hand-held, Electronic, 
8-Digit 





INDEX 


181 


2 


,934 




11 


,824 

41 

115 




36 


,044 




29 


780 





11,118 



24,952 
21,514 

20,208 

2,500 

1,100 

119 

1,475 

2,957 

624 

535 

300 

900 

250 
225 

50 



Line 



Item 



Increase 



Decrease 



104 


2 


104 


16 


104 


19 


104 


23 


104 


24 


104 


25 


105 


8 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CONTINUED INDEX 181 

104 13 1 Calculator, Electronic Print/Display 350 
with Memory Function 

Stationery and Office Supplies 900 

Library and Reference Books 250 

Membership Dues 200 

Retirement Allowances RET 17,734 

Social Security-Empl.Tax CON 4,475 

Health Service System HSS 1,638 

City Attorney 21,094 

3 1146 Clerk of the Bd.of Supv.and City 

Clerk -1 

5 Clerk of the Bd. of Supv. , Legislative 40,455 

Administrator and City Clerk 1 

9 Retirement Allowance RET 127 

13 1831 Budget Coordinator and Analyst -1 

14 Budget Director and Analyst 1 40,064 

15 1826 Associate Budget Analyst -2 

16 Asst. Budget Director and Analyst 1 25,943 

17 Sr. Associate Budget Analyst 1 24,247 

18 1826 Assoc. Budget Analyst Eff. 1-1-77-3 27,748 

2 Telephone and Telegraph 1,230 

3 Maint. and Repair of Bldgs . (HOLD) 3,000 
10 Total Equipment 1,620 

12 Retirement Allowance RET 5,523 

13 Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 1,623 

14 Health Service System HSS 492 



110 

110 

110 

110 

110 

110 

110 

110 

110 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 



39,672 

39,306 
44,686 



JEVENILE COURT- JUVENILE HALL 



116 



118 



126 



128 



129 



10 



116 


12 


116 


13 


116 


14 


116 


15 



7524 Institutional Utility Man 

(Eff. 10-1-76) 1 
Retirement 
Social Security 
Health Service 
Total Supplemental Budget 



122 


4 


122 


b 


122 


b 


122 


9 


122 


10 


122 


11 


122 


12 


122 


18 


122 


19 


122 


20 



25 



COUNTY AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 
Total Supplemental Budget 

COUNTY CLERK 

152 Court Room Clerk (7-3) 

B160 Law Clerk (2-1) 

Senior Law Clerk (1) 

Senior Accountant (1) 

8106 Legal Process Clerk (8-4) 

Senior Legal Process Clerk (l) 

Clerk Typist (1) _ 

Retirement Allowances K£i 

Social Security-Employer s Tax CON 

Health Service System nss 



INDEX 186 

7,662 
1,244 

448 

328 
9,682 

INDEX 211 

872 

INDEX 225 

41,604 
13,868 
15,213 
13,242 
32,787 

8,950 

9,657 
21,975 

7,916 

3,931 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY INDEX 231 
Total Supplemental Budget 



INDEX 241 
900 



FARMER'S MARKET 
Total Supplemental Budget 

FINANCE AND RECORDS - R ECORDER INDEX 251 
Total Supplemental Budget » 



•6- 



Page 


Line 


Item 


Increase Decrease 






FINANCE AND RECORDS 


■ RECORDS CENTER 






INDEX 253 


131 
131 


9 

10 


Local Fares 

Freight, Draying, Etc. 


250 

35,000* 



*To be encumbered in total 7-1-76 for interest- 
free reimbursement to building lessor over two- 
year period of actual moving costs not to exceed 
$35,000. 

TAX COLLECTOR-FINANCE AND RECORDS 

INDEX 261 

135 3 Asst. Tax Collector 16,939 

135 5 Director of Real Estate, Tax 19,006 

Collector's Office 
135 10 Retirement Allowance RET 336 

PUBLIC WORKS - BUILDING REPAIR 

INDEX 417 

143 10 Total Supplemental Budget 402 

PUBLIC WORKS - CENTRAL PERMIT 

INDEX 419 

145 11 Total Supplemental Budget 2,500 

PUBLIC WORKS - GENERAL OFFICE 

INDEX 423 

151 16 Minor Reconstruction & Replacement PWC 5,500 

DPW- CAPITAL IMPROVEMLNTS INDEX 445 

See Regular Budget Index 445 for final capital improvement amounts. 

PUBLIC HEALTH - ADMINISTRATION INDEX 513 

204 11 Physicial P.T. (6-2) 26,107 

204 12 Senior Physician P.T. 1 25,048 

205 6 *0ther Professional Services 43,500 

*Hold to be placed on the expenditure of funds until released by the 
Finance Committee pending presentation of a contract proposal to 
the Committee so the Committee can determine how the monies are to 
be spent. 

PUBLIC HEALTH - HEALTH CENTERS INDEX 535 

209 14 Total Fixed Charges 1,875 

PUBLIC HEALTH - HASSLER HOSPITAL INDEX 553 

212 7 Total Supplemental Budget 37,837 

PUBLIC HEALTH - LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL INDEX 555 

Bldg. Structures & Improvements 631,900 

Reconstruction & Replacement 20,500 

1930 Supply Rm. Attendant (-2) 24,508 

2608 Supply Rm. Attendant (2) 24,508 

7430 Instit. Barber (-4) 49,298 

2302 Orderly (4) 49,298 



213 


6 


213 


7 


216 


12 


216 


13 


216 


19 


216 


20 



Line 



Item 



Increase Decrease 



PUBLIC HEALTH - SAN FRANCISCO GENL. HOSPITAL 



218 
218 
229 
231 
233 
233 



234 
234 



11 

12 

9 

7 

6 

9,11,12, 
13,16 thru 
25 

1 thru 20 
21 



237 


6 


237 


7 


237 


10 


237 


14 


237 


15 



240 
240 



1930 Supply Room Attendant -1 
2608 Supply Room Attendant 1 
Total Psychiatric Service Staff 
Total Expenditure Budget 
Total Contractual Services 



Equipment 
Equipment 
Drapes and Hardware 



DPH-COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

Permanent Salaries 

Medical Services and Care 

1 Acctg. /Billing Machine 

Retirement Allowances RET 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 



DPH-COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 



Permanent Salaries 
Retirement Allowances 



RET 



DPH-COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 
MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS 



INDEX 


557 


10,858 

110,325 

4,103 

3,692 


10,858 


16,712 

16,276 

4,500 




INDEX 


561 


861 

3,000 

27,500 

140 

50 




INDEX 


563 




4,234 
688 


INDEX 


567 



Index 567 through Index 571 approved as adjusted 
in the regular budget. 



DPH-COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 



INDEX 5 75 



376 



Total Bureau of Alcoholism 



5,078 



382 



PARKING AUTHORITY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



6 Services of Other Departments 



INDEX 608 



63,046 



THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS 
OF SAN FRANCISCO 

383 18 Permanent Salaries 

383 20 Retirement Allowance RET 

383 21 Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 



INDEX 621 



156 

25 

9 



-8- 



385 


4 


385 


8 


385 


11 


385 


12 


385 


13 



388 


4 


388 


7 


388 


14 


388 


15 


388 


16 



Page Line Item Increase Decrease 



THE FINE ARTS MUSEUMS OF SAN FRANCISCO 

ASIAN ART MUSEUM OF SAN FRANCISCO INDEX 622 

384 6 Total Supplemental Budget 1,011 

RECREATION AND PARK 
MARINA YACHT HARBOR PROJECT FUND INDEX 648 

Permanent Salaries 13,494 

Malnt. and Repair-Structures 25,600 

Retirement Allowance RET 2,191 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 790 

Health Service System HSS 328 

RECREATION AND PARK-GENERAL DIVISION 

INDEX 651 

Permanent Salaries 13,494 

Accident Compensation RET93.280 

Retirement Allowances RET 2,191 

Social Security-Employer's Tax CON 790 

Health Service System HSS 328 

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
BUREAU OF LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER INDEX 695 

393 11 Total Supplemental Budget 205 

EMPLOYEES RETUREMENT SYSTEM INDEX 697 

399 17 Total General Fund (To be adjusted) 207,950 

399 18 Total Other Funds (To be adjusted) 15,637 

399 14 Compensation Insurance 93,280 

HEALTH SERVICE SYSTEM INDEX 699 

402 8 Allowance for Medical Plans-City 59,528 
Matching 

SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORTS COMMISSION 
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

INDEX 725 

406 6 Bond Redemption Sinking Fund 820,000 
408 20 Total Supplemental Budget 15,652 

SAN FRANCISCO PORT COMMISSION INDEX 775 

9399 Port Director 1 45,980 

9399 Port Director -1 44,000 

9384 Chief Bur. of Admin. & Finance 36,227 
1444 Clerk Stenographer 1 8,852 

4308 Senior Collections 1 9,509 

9356 Wharfinger II -1 15,461 

9389 Port Traffic Analyst -1 15,973 

9392 Regional Trade Promotion Rep. , 20,958 

Port of San Francisco -1 



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~~~~ INDEX 775 

6318 Construction Inspector -2 48,374 

7345 Electrician (5-3) 

7332 Maintenance Machinist 1 

Retirement Allowances 

Social Security-Employer's Tax 

Health Service System 

Total Services of Other Depts. 





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ALL DEPARTMENTS 

**Fifty percent of all temporary salary/wage 
money is to be reserved. The departments 
shall appear before the Finance Committee 
to justify all full time positions funded 
from temporary salaries/wages by December 15, 
1976. 



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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 26, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 



1. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
Liberation House, Inc. File 114-76. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: 



2. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
North of Market Health Council, Inc. File 158-76-2. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: 



3. Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Bitsmith Corporation, to 
provide management information services. File 158-76-3. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: 



Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Creative Socio-Medics 
Corporation to provide temporary management information 
services. File 158-76-4. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: 



Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Youth 
Advocates, Inc., to provide in-patient and out-patient drug 
abuse treatment. File 158-76-5. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 






6. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Psychiatric 
Day Center to provide psychiatric rehabilitation services. 
File 158-76-6. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



7. Resolution approving amendment of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Westside 
Community Mental Health Center, Inc. File 158-76-7. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: 



Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Community 
Effort for Disturbed Children. File 158-76-8. (Public 
Health) 

ACTION: 



Resolution approving renewal of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and the Regents 
of the University of California, Department of Psychiatry, 
in the amount of $107,726, for emergency and home visiting 
services. File 158-76-10. (Public Health) 

ACTION: 



CALENDAR 



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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE /PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 26, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, Pelosi, Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 



Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the Department of City Planning 
to develop plans for provision of Multi-Service Centers in five 
neighborhoods as provided in the 1975 and 1976 Community Develop- 
ment Block Grant Programs. File 253-75-11. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 






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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE /LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 26, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 3:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mendelsohn, Molinari, 
von Beroldingen 



Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
adding Section 3.17 thereto, establishing a Bureau of the 
Budget and a Budget Committee, and creating position of 
Director, Bureau of the Budget. File 118-76-2. (von Beroldingen, 
Feinstein, Mendelsohn) 

(Continued from 3/31/76.) 

ACTION: 



City Librarian 
Public Library 
C A L E N D A R Civic Center 



MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 26, 1976 Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 

(Supervisor Molinari absent for Items 1-19 and 25, 34) 

4:00 P.M. 



Ordinance appropriating $404.89, Juvenile Court, Probation 
Office, for retroactive wages. File 101-75-133. (Controller, 
RO 350) (Sup. Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Ordinance appropriating $956, Public Health, to provide an 
additional cost of living adjustment to the wage rates of 
7350 Meat Cutter and 7351 Head Meat Cutter, effective 
January 1, 1976. File 101-75-136. (Controller, RO 356) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, providing 
for additional cost of living adjustment to the wage rates of 
7350 Meat Cutter and 7351 Head Meat Cutter, Public Health, 
effective January 1, 1976; a companion measure to the preceding 
item. File 102-75-65. (Civil Service Commission No. 71) 

(Sup .Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $40,910, various departments, to 
provide a cost of living increase of 16<p to the rates of pay 
for 7355 Truck Driver, effective November 1, 1975. 
File 101-75-143. (Controller, RO 359) (Sup .Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 
departments, to provide a cost of living increase of 16c per 
hour to the rates of pay cor 7355 Truck Driver, effective 
November 1, 1975; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-40. (Civil Service Commission) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $500, Adult Probation, for contractual 
services, and rescinding $500 from materials and supplies 
appropriation. File 101-75-134. (Controller, RO 353) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Consider ation continued to 6-2- 76. Acting Chief Adult 
Probation Officer to be requested" to be present at 
June 2 bearing to justify the $600 expenditure and to 
explain by what authority a court reporter was hired, 
as well as whether or not this was mandated. 



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Finance Committee Calendar -2- May 26, 1976 



7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position 
of 8182 Head Attorney, District Attorney's Office. 
File 31-76-15. (District Attorney) (Supervisor Molinari absent) 

5/19/76: Taken up from table. 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position 

of 8184 Chief Attorney II, City Attorney's Office. 

File 31-76-26. (City Attorney) (Sup. Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



9. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors for use by 

the Recreation and Park Department. File 38-76-32. (Recreation 
and Park) (Sup. Molinari absent) 

(3,330 shares of Levi Straus & Co. common stock valued 
at $163,599.02, to be applied towards the develop- 
ment of the Daniel E. Koshland Park from Mr. and Mra. 
Theodore Geballe, Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Friedman, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.; 

$5,419.73 contributed at the direction of the above 
donors from the Trust for Public Land; and 

Orchids valued at $2,225 from Mr. Rudolf Pabst for the 
Conservatory of Flowers.) 

ACTION - Amended on line 6 by adding "the proceeds of sale of" 

before "3,330"; and on line 7 by deleting "valued at" 

and substituting therefor "amounting to". Recommended 
"do pass as amended" . 

10. Resolution authorizing lease with Trust of J. L. Flood, as 

lessor, for space at 870 Market Street for Municipal Employees 
Relations Panel. File 64-76-19. (Real Estate) (Cont.RO 367) 

(Sup. Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Ta bled. 



11. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with Carl R. and 

Leah F. McConnell, as lessor, for space at 1212 Market Street 
for the Department of City Planning. File 64-76-20. (Real 
Estate) (Cont. RO 371) (Sup.Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



12. Resolution authorizing extension of lease with the Phelan 
Company, as lessor, for space at 1095 Market Street for the 
Commission on Aging. File 64-76-21. (Real Estate) 

(Cont. RO 370) (Sup.Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Commission on Aging to be advised 
of the opinion of the Committee that the Commission is 
placing City in jeopardy by subleasing premises and to 
cease and desist in such practice. 

13. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Anders Land 
Company, as lessors, for space at 1005 Market Street for use 
by the Sheriff's Office for the Women's Resource Center. 

File 64-76-18. (Real Estate) (Cont.RO 362) 

(Sup.Molinari absent) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-2-76 . Sheriff to 

be requested to furnish Committee with history of 
approval of application for funding Women s Re source 
Center by what resolution it was approved by the Board 
and whether or not funds are currently in the budget ior 
this project Budget Analyst to report on budgeted funds 
for this purpose. 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- May 26, 1976 



14. Ordinance appropriating $13,000, Real Estate, for buildings, 

structures and improvements, Benjamin H. Swig Pavilion. 

File 101-75-163. (Controller. RO 388) re ■ u u ■ u ^\ 

v ci., jyu jooj (Supervisor Molmari absent) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



15. Ordinance appropriating $142,200, Public Health, Laguna Honda 
Hospital, for buildings, structures and improvements; rescind- 
ing $142,200 from appropriation for buildings, structures and 
improvements. File 101-75-147. (Controller, RO 357) 

(Sup.Molinari absent) 
ACTION: R ecomnl ended "do pass" . 



16. Application of Mitchell Salazar (a minor) for leave to present 
a late claim against the City and County for personal injury 
in the amount of $150,000. File 50-76-6. 

(Sup.Molinari absent) 
ACTION: Resolution, prepared in and reported out of Committee, 

recommended 'do pass" : "Granting application of Mitchell 
Salazar for leave to present a late claim". 

17. Application of Marta Luna, Guillermo Luna (a minor), Francisco 
Kornelas and Guillermo Luna for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injury in the amount 
of $500,000. File 50-76-7. (Sup.Molinari absent) 

ACTION 1 Question divided . (Applications of Marta Luna, Francisco 
Hornelas and Guillermo Luna separated into F. 50-76-7 . 1 . 
Resolution prepared granting leave to present claim, to 
Board without recommendation .) Resolution granting leave 
to present late claim prepared in Committee for Guillermo 
Luna (a minor) ; recommended do pass' . 

7:30 P.M. 



18. 



Ordinance appropriating $50,061, Finance & Records, County 
Clerk's Office, for permanent salaries and related mandatory 
fringe benefits for the creation of 19 positions, pursuant 
to a court order; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-135. 
(Controller, RO 351) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



19. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, County 

Clerk, reflecting the allocation of 19 positions; an emergency 
ordinance; a companion measure to the preceding item. 
File 102-75-81. (Civil Service Commission No. 87) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



20. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept 
funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled "Parole and Pre-Release Employment Project: 
Re-Entry Counselors." File 216-76-4. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- May 26, 1976 



21. Resolution accepting gift of $1,125 from Parole and Pre-Release 
Employment Re-Entry Counselors for use by the Sheriff's Depart- 
ment to provide ex-offenders with vocational guidance and 
employment interviewing. File 38-76-21. (Mayor) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of Sheriff's Department. 



22. Resolution authorizing contract agreement No. 6787 between 
the San Francisco Public Library and the State of California 
for a public library services grant. File 214-76-1. 
(Public Library) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Library to furnish file with 
letter to the effect that employee has been advised 
that he will not have a job when grant funds run out. 

23. Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and 
accept funds from the California State Library for minority 
recruitment training. File 214-76-2. (Public Library) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



24. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Municipal Code (Building 
Code) by adding thereto Section 206, establishing the Director 
of Public Works Special Fund and specifying the purposes for 
which said fund may be used. File 210-76. 

ACTION: Tabled. 



25. Hearing to consider report on revenues and accounts receivable 
at San Francisco General Hospital and report of EDP Director 
on audit report of hospital by Main Lafrentz & Co. File 123-76. 
(von Beroldingen) (Sup.Molinari absent) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-9-76 , at request of 
department. 

26. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer to release 
certain accrued Hotel Tax funds for purposes of reducing financial 
obligations of City and County relating to financing and construc- 
tion of low-income housing for the elderly in Yerba Buena Center 
Approved Redevelopment Project Area. File 91-75-9. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: Tabled . 



27. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer to release 

certain accrued Hotel Tax funds for purposes of facilitating the 
construction of low-income housing for the elderly in Yerba 
Buena Center Approved Redevelopment Project Area. File 91-75-9.1. 
(Chief Administrative Officer) 

Amended on p.l, line 29, by substituting"$181, 500" for 
ACTION: $160,000", and on p. 2, line 3, by adding "at an estimated 

cost of $1,000 per unit" after "Sites 1 & 2"; recommended 

"do pass as amended" . 

Redevelopment Agency to furnish written statement supporting the 
estimated $320,000 acquisition costs w/line item explanation of 
$50 000 for funding of TODCo as housing sponsor, with details of 



subsidies . 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- May 26, 1976 



28. Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by 

adding Section 2.36-1 thereto, providing for an exception 
from Sections 2.30 to 2.34, inclusive, to a proposal for 
incurring of a bonded indebtedness for water pollution 
control. File 314-76. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



29 . Ordinance approving consent to assignment and release, 

acceptance of assignment and assignment of stadium lease 
between National Exhibition Company and San Francisco 
Baseball Club; authorizing Mayor to execute assignment and 
release. File 301-76. (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



30. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept 

funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop- 
ment for rehabilitation of an historic railway station to 
serve as a community service and educational center. 
File 68-76-25. (Mayor) 

(Submitting Agency: S.F. Redevelopment Agency 
Project Title: Power House Place) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass"; Supervisor Barbagelata dissenting . 



31. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for 
rehabilitation of structure providing low rent accommodations for 
artists while preserving historical significance. File 68-76-26. 
(Mayor) 

(Submitting Agency: S.F. Redevelopment Agency 
Project Title: Goodman Building) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



32. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for 
implementation of procedures to facilitate and improve annual 
process of preparing che Housing Assistance Plan. File 68-76-27. 
(Mayor) 

(Submitting Agency: City Planning Department w/BBI 
Project Title: Comprehensive Code Enforcement 
Management System) 
Amended by deleting "and receive" after "to apply for"; 
ACTION: recommended "do pass as amended" . City Attorney to draft 
additional amendment to ensure competitive procedures for 
bidding will be followed on this particular project. 

33. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development for implementa- 
tion of multi-media unit to carry educational and training 
programs into public housing areas and establishment of a communi- 
cation center. File 68-76-28. (Mayor) 

(Submitting Agency: Housing Authority 
Prolect Title: Multi-Media Information Center 
Mobil Units (s)) 

ACTION: Tabled; Supervisor Molinari dissenting . 



Finance Committee Calendar -6- May 26, 1976 



OFF-CALENDAR ITEMS 

34. Resolution authorizing Public Utilities Commission to apply 
for and accept grant from U.S. Department of Transportation 
under Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, for 
acquisition of personal property and technical services for 
San Francisco Municipal Railway. (Articulated Buses). 
File 186-76-2. 



ACTION: Taken up from the table . 



# # # 



Report was presented by Director of Property on the progress 
of negotiations for acquisition by the City and County of 
property located at 525 Golden Gate Avenue. 



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Special Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday, June 1, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, 44oM*t^r4 , Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Molinari) 

1. Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Bitsmith Corporation, to 
provide management information services. File 158-76-3. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" ; Chairman to bring up under 
"Committee Reports" at Board meeting of 6-1-76. 

2. Resolution approving contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Creative Socio-Medics 

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services . File 158-76-4. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Rec omm e nded "do pa ss" ; Chairman to bring up under 
""Committee Reports" at Board meeting of 6-1-76. 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 2, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Eein&tein=, Molinari, lama^ae, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisors Feinsteln, Taraaras) 

1. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
Liberation House, Inc. File 114-76. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

2. Resolution authorizing contract between the City and County 
(Dept. of Public Health, CMHS, Bureau of Alcoholism) and 
North of Market Health Council, Inc. File 158-76-2. . 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled at request of department. 

3. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the Cit w and Count" (Dept. of Public Health CMHS) and Youth 
Advocates, Inc., to provide in-patient and out-patient drug 
abuse treatment. File 158-76-5. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled . 

4. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Psychiatric 
Day Center to provide psychiatric rehabilitation services. 
File 158-76-6. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

Resolution prepared in Committee. To Boar d with recommendation 
ACTION: "do pass" on the condition that language in imondment to existing 

contract be modified to express actual maximum cost obligation of the 
City rather than total cost of program. Dept. to furnish analysis. 

5. Resolution approving amendment of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Westside 
Community Mental Health Center, Inc. File 158-76-7. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled. 

6. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Community 
Effort for Disturbed Children. File 158-76-8. (Public 
Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

Resolution prepared in Commit top To r.o?rd with rpcnnm/n.^tioi 
ACTION: ",; n pass" on ihf condition that language in amendment to existing 

contract bo modified to express actual maximum cost obligation of the 
City rather than total cart of program as it now reads, which could 
bo interpreted as being the total maximum obligation of tho City. 
Dept. to furnish file with analysis of program. 



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7. Resolution approving renewal of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and the Regents 
of the University of California, Department of Psychiatry, 
in the amount of $107,726, for emergency and home visiting 
services. File 158-76-10. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

Resolution prepared in and reported out of Committee. 
ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . Department to furnish file with 
ana lysis of program. 

8. Resolution approving renewal of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and the Regents 

of the University of California to secure program evaluation and man- 
agement information services for the District V Mental Health 
Center (Sunset Mental Health Staff ing Grant) . File 158-76-11. 
(Public Health) 

Resolution prepared in and reported out of Committee. 
ACTION: Recommended do pass . Department to furnish file with 

analysis of program. 



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MEETING OF 
^ JOINT FINANCE/LEGISLATIVE AND PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Board of,. Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^. June 2, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, zMea dcXso htte, Molinari, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisor Mendelsohn) 

1. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
adding Section 3.17 thereto, establishing a Bureau of the 
Budget and a Budget Committee, and creating position of 
Director, Bureau of the Budget. File 118-76-2. (von Beroldingen, 
Feinstein, Mendelsohn) 

(Continued from 3/31/76.) 

ACTION: Tabled . (Superseded by Amendment of Whole, F. 118-76-2 . 1 below) 

Amendment of the Whole adopted by Committee (per 
draft submitted by Supervisor Feinstein and amended 
in Committee to broaden the scope of duties of the 
Budget Director and Analyst of the Bureau of the Budget 
set forth in sub-paragraph 2 of paragraph 2 of Section 
3.18, and to correct section number being added to read 
Section 3.18); to Board with recommendation "do pass" . ■ 
File 118-76-2.1 . 

Title of Amendment of Whole reads as follows: "Amending 
Chapter 3, San Francisco Administrative Code, by adding 
Section 3.18 thereto, establishing a Bureau of the Budget 
and creating the position of Director of the Bureau of 
the Budget. 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
-^FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 2, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Earbagelata , Mollnari, von Beroldingen 
(Supervisor. Mol inari absent on all items but No. 1) 

1. Communication from Keil, Connolly and Barbieri, requesting 
formation of a non-profit corporation to facilitate purchase 
and remodeling of property at 525 Golden Gate Avenue, and 

to provide financing up to $7.6 million for purchase of said 
property. File 134-76-2. 

Filed. ' Resolution prepared in Committee (City Attorney to draft), 
ftu 1 J.U01 . authorizing and directing Chief Administrative Officer to proceed 
v.'ith plans for interim financing for purchase of property at 
525 Golden Gate Avenue: recommended "do pass". File 134-7<i-?.l 

2. Ordinance appropriating $30,470, Social Services and Director 
of Finance and Records, for operation and equipment, rescind- 
ing $360 from appropriation for contractual "services, 
Recorder's Office; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-141. 
(Controller, RO 360) 



Consideration continued to 6-9-76. 



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.„_ . Department to report on status of 

ACTION: Indochinese Assistance Program. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $354,710, San Francisco General 
Hospital, for operation, equipment and capital improvements; 
rescinding $245,960 from various apuronriafions, Public (forks 
and San Francisco General Hospital. File 101-75-142. 
(Controller, RO 341) 

Question divided . Appropriations for interim relocation of Toxicology Lab 
ACTlON: , nd p r i Fon W ard ($60,500 and $25,000) sevred ■■•/c onsid eration continued 
r -i r-.il nf C'- aJr ■ (File. .101-75-142. 1) ■ Remainder of ordinance amended by 
reducing K&S to $68,906, reducing total appropriation to $233,624, 
reco~— er r 5^d "do pas^ a. g amended 11 . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $5, UU0, Road Fund, Street Planting 
Division, for maintenance and repair of auto equipment. 
File 101-75-151. (Controller, RO 366) 

ACTION: Amended by reducing total appropriation to $2,300; 
recommended "do pass as amended ' . 

5. Ordinance appropriating $7,388, Controller EDP, for fixed 
charges; rescinding $7,388 from appropriation for contractual 
services. File 101-75-155. (Controller, RO 379) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Ordinance appropriE.ting $4,350, Marina Yacht Harbor, and 
$14,200, War Memorial, for fixed charges (insurance). 
File 101-75-156. (Controller, RO 376) 



ACTION': 



Amended by deleting $4,350 appropriation for Marina Yacht Harbor; 
cons ideratl on continued on remainder of ordinance as amended to 
6-9-76. 



Ordinance appropriating $135,000, Retirement System, for 
accident compensation pursuant to the provisions of Section 
6.306 of the Charter. Pile 101-75-159. (Controller, RO 383) 

(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-9-76. Department to 
furnish Committee with details of expenditures. 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- June 2 1976 



Ordinance appropriating $1,500, San Francisco General Hospital, 
Ward 54, for reconstruction and replacement, improvement of 
window security screens; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-160. 
(Controller, RO 384) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Ordinance appropriating $235,000, Water Department, for recon- 
struction of Market Street water mains and services. 
File 101-75-164. (Controller, RO 387) 

Amended by, reducing total appropriation to $232,530; recommended 
AOIJ.ON; "do pass as amended" . 



10. Ordinance appropriating $1,404, Public Works, Building Repair, 
for contractual services, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-166. (Controller, RO 409) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



11. Ordinance appropriating $277,772, Registrar of Voters, for 
operations; an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-167. 
(Controller, RO 408) 

Amended by deleting appropriation of $35,588 for overtime, reducing 
ACTION.: temporary salaries to $20,000, reducing materials and supplies to 

$500, and reducing services of other depts to $22,621, thereby reducing 
total appropriation to $206,500: recomm ended "do pass as amended" . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $3,070,000 for operation and capital 

improvements, Public Utilities Commission, various departments. 
File 101-75-168. (Controller, RO 411) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



13. Ordinance appropriating $3,285, Water Department, for central 
pump station, central pump discharge to Sutro pipeline cross 
connection; rescinding $3,285 from appropriation for central 
pumps to Sutro by-pass. File 101-75-171. (Controller, RO 418) 



ACTION - Recommended "do pass" . 



14. Ordinance appropriating $13,395, District Attorney, for 
permanent salaries and related mandatory fringe benefits, 
operation and equipment, and creation of three positions,.' 
Special Prosecution Unit, pursuant to Charter Section 6.306; 

an emergency ordinance. File 101-75-139. (Controller, RO 352) 

(This item is subject of previous budgetary denial, and 
is calendared for purposes of tabling action.) 

ACTION: Tabled . 

15. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, District 
Attorney, reflecting the classification of 3 positions; an 
emergency ordinance; a companion measure to the preceding 
item. File 102-75-80. (Civil Service Commission No. 86) 

(Calendared for purposes of tabling action.) . 

ACTION: Tabled. 



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16. Ordinance appropriating $31,614, various departments, to 

adjust compensations of certain classifications, retroactive 
to July 1, 1975. File 101-75-158. (Controller, RO 377) 



ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-9-76. 



17. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1975-76, various 

departments, to adjust compensations of certain classifications 
in accordance with the Administrative Provisions of Salary 
Standardization Ordinance Section IV(H), retroactive to July 1, 
1975; a companion measure to the preceding item. File 102-75-60, 
(Civil Service Commission No. 65) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-9-76 . 



18. Ordinance amending Chapter 16 of the San Francisco Administrative 
Code by adding Section 16.6-2.1 thereto, relating to memberships 
in organizations, Mayor, Commission on the Status of Women. 
File 26-76-2. (Commission on the Status of Women) 

(Continued from 4/14/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



19. Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real property and 

acceptance of a quitclaim deed from J. S. Guerin Co. for $55,000 
for the North Point Transport Project, and dismissal of litigation. 
File 99-76-1. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 374) 

ACTION: Reco;,imended "do pass" . 



20. Ordinance amending the Traffic Code by amending Section 213 

thereof to provide for distribution of moneys in the off-street 
parking fund after July 1, 1976, providing that moneys on 
deposit in special fund can be used for servicing past and future 
indebtedness, administrative expenses, costs of operation and 
maintenance, financing of off-street parking program, and traffic 
regulation and control. File 273-76. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6-9-76 . 



21. Ordinance authorizing exchange of certain real property within 

the City limits of San Carlos for certain other land, required 

for road improvements at the intersection of Crestview Drive 

and Los Vientos Way. File 277-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



22. Ordinance amending Health Code by amending Section 722 thereof 
relating to fees for abstract of medical history or proof of 
death and certificates of vaccination, and vaccination or re- 
vaccination. File 288-76. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



Finance Committee Calendar -4- June 2 1976 



23. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus Department of Public 
Works property known as Lot 34 in Assessor's Block 5368. 
File 289-76. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



24. Resolution accepting gifts of $7,000 and $7,500 from the 
National Endowment for the Arts to the Art Commission for 
programs through the Neighborhood Arts Programs. 
File 38-76-33. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the U. S. Community Services Administration for a summer 
youth recreation program. File 68-76-20. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



26. Resolution approving Addendum No. 2 to the 1976 Community 

Development Program, and authorizing use of contingency funds 
by the Civil Service Commission for a classification and 
salary survey. File 68-76-23. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



27. Resolution authorizing Department of General Services, State 
of California, to purchase certain items as requested by and 
for the City and County. File 275-76. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Amended by deleting "and directed" on line 27; 
recommended "do pass as amended" . 

28. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 
Japanese Cultural and Trade Center public parking facilities. 
File 279-76. (Parking Authority) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



29. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain real property 

from the Redevelopment Agency for $4,320 for the Hetch Hetchy 
Fillmore Substation site for the Municipal Railway. 
File 294-76. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 392) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



30. Resolution confirming sale of various surplus City-owned land 
located in San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. File 295-76. 
(Real Estate) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- June 2, 1976 



31. Ordinance amending the San Francisco Administrative Code by 
amending Section 10.22-1 thereof, relative to the settlement 
of minors' claims. File 272-76. (City Attorney) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



32. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-76-11. 
(City Attorney) 

(Sam Martha ' $ 500 

Robert and Sharon Bromberg 3,000 

Lawrence Roy Wayne 1 x 500 

Alma Jean Bellina 4,000 

Benigno F and Leila M. Cortada 7,000 

Selmena Carter 5,200 

Allan Obie Benz 1,500 

Michael Stuart 500 

Lola Rubinstein 1,850 

William Robinson, Jr. 20,000 

Rosella Juanita James 400 

George and Edith Rodriguez 22,500 

Linda Westbrook 2,340) 

ACTION: Combining ordinance prepared; recommended "do pass" , 



33. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
the City and County against Marv Francine Cash by the accept- 
ance of the sum of $1^813. 44. File 49-76-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . (Combined with File 49-76-5) 



34. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of 
the City and County against Louis Lockhard and Dolores Davison 
by accepting the sum of $1,680. File 49-76-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . (Combined with File 49-76-5) 



35. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-76-5. (City 
Attorney) 

(Siu Ching Horn $ 1,750 

Hobart Fong 17,138) 

ACTION: Combining resolution prepared; recommended "do pass" . 
(Files 49-76-3 and 49-76-4 combined herewith) 

36. Consideration of claims of employees, various departments, for 
reimbursement for personal property damaged in line of duty. 
File 51-76-1. 

ACTION: Resolution, prepared in and reported out of Committee, 

recommended do paws ": "Authorizing reimbursement for cost of 
personal property of~City and County employees damaged in 
the line of duty (per Controller's recommendations . 



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June 2, 1976 



37. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept 
funds from the U. S. Department of Labor for a summer youth 
employment program. File 68-76-21 (Mayor) 

ACTION: Amended by substituting the figure of"$2 , 764 . 390"on line 
12 for the figure "$2,700,000"; recommended do pass as 
amended" . 

38. Resolution approving the immediate filling of vacated position 
of 0^-00 Deputy Chief of Police, San Francisco Police Department. 
File 31-76-17. (Police Department) (Cont. RO 369) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



39. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Q80 Captain of Police, San Francisco Police Department. 
File 31-76-23. (Police Department) (Cont. RO 369) 



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ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0360 Chief of Inspectors, San Francisco Police Department. 
File 31-76-18. (Police Department) (Cont. RO 369) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" , 



Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0480 Director of Traffic, San Francisco Police Department. 
File 31-76-19. (Police Department) (Cont. RO 369) 



ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 



42. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
0420 Department Secretary, San Francisco Police Department. 
File 31-76-20. (Police Department) (Cont . RO 369) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



43. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position 
of 0490 Captain of Traffic, Police Department. File 31-76-21. 
(Police Department) (Cc; I:. R0 369) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



44. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position 
of vacated position of Q80 Captain of Police, Police Depart- 
ment. File 31-76-22. (Police Department) (Cont. RO 369) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass". 



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June 2, 1976 






45. Resolution authorizing lease of real property with Anders 
Land Company, as lessors, for space at 1005 Market Street 
for use by the Sheriff's Office for the Women's Resource 
Center. File 64-76-18. (Real Estate) (Cont. RO 362) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 
ACTION* R ecomfnen ded "do pass" . 



46. Ordinance appropriating $500, Adult Probation, for contractual 
Services, and rescinding $500 from materials and supplies 
appropriation. File 101-75-134. (Controller, RO 353) 

(Continued from 5/26/76.) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

City Attorney opinion to be requested on the necessity 
of hiring a court reporter to record hearings in cases 
of appeal by an employee from charges for dismissal, 
or whether there is any other manner of recording 
which can be undertaken by departments in such proceed- 
ings that would comply with Charter Sec tion 8.341. 



OFI 



AR ITEM 



47. Motion that freeze on requisitions be lifted. File 358-75 
Department Requisition No. Position 

Registrar of Voters 



T 50042 
T 50043 
T 50044 



ACTION: Motion to release adopted . 



(10) Jr. Clerks for 6/6/76 
(50) Clerks for 6/6/76 
(100) Clerk for 6/8/76 



" CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of; Supervisors 
City, and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ,^June 9, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, =Fei*ts=t?e4m , Molinari, Q&ma&as, 

!von Beroldingen 
(Absent: Supervisors Feinstein, Tamaras) 

1. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter 
into Memorandum of Agreement with the U. S. Public Health 
Service Hospital to provide to the City and County health 
screening, referred services, and, on a selective basisi 
in-patient and out-patient care to the District V geriatric 
population. File 158-76-9. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" . 

2. Resolution approving amendment to an existing contract between 
the Mission Terrace Hospital and the City ana County from 
July 1, 1975 through June 30, 1976, in the amount of $373,932 
for in-patient and partial hospitalization psychiatric services. 
File 158-76-12. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Resolution prepared in Committee; recommended "do pass" , 

Amendment corrected by direction of Committee, per 
request of department, to reflect that increase in 
amount of funds to be exoended for provider services 
is $27,000, rather than $48,000, thereby reducing 
the maximum obligation of the City from $373,932 to 
$352,932. 

OFF -CALENDAR ITEMS 

3. Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health, CMHS ) and Youth 
Advocates, Inc., to provide in-patient and out-patient drug 
abuse treatment. File 158-76-5. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Taken up from table; to be scheduled for public 
hearing on June 16, 1976. 

4. Resolution approving amendment of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Westside 
Community Mental Health Center, Inc. File 158-76-7. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: Taken up from table; to be scheduled for public 
hearing on June 16, 1976. 



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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of -Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesdays-June 16, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.i 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata , =Pefefis=£e=irF, Mgb ittm-1 , Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 

(Absent: Supervisors Feinstein, Molinari) 

I. Resolution authorizing new contract between Chauncey Bell and 
Associates and the City and County of San Francisco (Depart- 
ment of Public Health, Community Mental Health Services, Bureau 
of Alcoholism) from July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977 in the amount 
of $16,400 for a management information system. File 158-76-13. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: Recommended "do p a ss" . 



Resolution approving new contract between Aquarius House, Inc., and 
the City and County of San Francisco (Department of Public Health, 
Community Mental Health Services, Division of Special Programs) 
through August 31, 1976, in the amount of $10,000 for evaluation 
of the Aquarius House Drug Treatment Program. File 158-76-14. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: Tabled . 



Resolution npprcving new contract between Kaighc-Ashbury Free 
Medical Clinic and the City and County of San Francisco (Depart- 
ment of Public Health, Community Mental Health Services, Division 
of Special Programs) through June 30, 1976, in the amount of 
$5,000 for research to determine feasibility of decriminalization 
of heroin and its impact at various levels of heroin availability. 
File 158-76-15. (Public Health) 

ACTION: Consid e ration continued to June 23, 1976 . 



Resolution approving amendment to existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health, CMHS) and Youth 
Advocates, Inc., to provide in-patient and out-patient drug 
abuse treatment.' File 158-76-5. (Public Health) 

6/9/76: Taken up from table. 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 23, 1976. 



5. Resolution approving amendment of existing contract between 
the City and County (Dept. of Public Health) and Westside 
Community Mental Health Center, Inc.. File 158-76-7. 
(Public Health) 

6/9/76: Taken up from table. 

ACTION: Consider at ion continued to J u no 23, 1976 . 






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*^ CALENDAR 

H f MEETING OF 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 






Board of Supervisors ggjy 
City and County of San FranciBco 



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Wednesday, June 30, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Berotdingen 

1. CONSENT CALENDAR 

The following measures are considered to be routine by the 
Finance Committee and will be acted upon by one motion. There 
will be no separate disci'") Ion of these items unless a Committee 
member or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be 
removed from the General Order of Business and considered 
separately on the calendar. 

(Note: It is the intention of the Finance 
Committee to table these items.) 

a) Communication from Loma Prieta Chapter of Sierra Club 
requesting notification when contract approval has been 
given in connection with additional Environmental Impact 
Report for San Francisco International Airport. 

File 27-74-13. 

b) Communication from Chief Administrative Officer, trans- 
mitting copy of communication to Director, Systems and 
Data Processing, approving delegation of authority by 
the Electronic Data Processing Priority Committee to the 
Director, Systems and Data Processing, to review and 
approve all proposals or requests for the purchase, annual 
lease or rental of computer systems and services. 

File 273-74. (City Attorney advised Board could confer 
such discretion to authorize by code amendment.) 

c) Communication from H. Douglas Kaplan offering to contribute 
to a standing fund of reward money for persons leading to 
the arrest and conviction of persons committing crimes of 
violence, and suggesting that other members of the business 
community be called upon to contribute to such standing 
fund. File 390-74. 

d) Request of National Association of Realtors to reinstitute 
policy under which 3R application forms, in required quanti- 
ties, were supplied by the Bureau of Building Inspection. 
File 502-74. (von Beroldingen) 

e) Request that hearings be held to consider imposition of a 
tax upon transfer of business in the City and County of 
San Francisco at a rate of l/5th of 1% of total sales 
price. File 385-75. (Francois) 

ACTION: 



REGULAR CALENDAR 

Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 51-76 (which changed dates for 
filing of budget estimates, transmission of budget estimates from 
the Controller to the Mayor, transmission by the Mayor of his 
proposed budget to the Board of Supervisors and submission by the 
Mayor to the Board of Supervisors of proposed Annual Appropriation 
Ordinance and submission of the Administrative Provisions of the 
Annual Salary Ordinance) by adding Section 2 thereto, to provide 
for suspension of operation of the provisions of said ordinance 
until July 1, 1977. File 118-76-3. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 



finance Committee Calendar -3- June 30, 1976 



9. Resolution authorizing the Controller to enter Into contract 
with the State of California to reimburse the City and County 
for monies expended for protection and custody of a witness 
in a criminal action. File 354-76. (Police Department) 

(Continued from 6/23/76.) 

ACTION: 



10. Resolution authorizing the Adult Probation Department to apply 
for and accept funds from the State of California (Office of 
Criminal Justice Planning) for a project entitled, "Mission 
Possible Re-Entry House". File 68-76-33. (Mayor'B Criminal 
Justice Council) 

ACTION: 



11. Resolution accepting gift of $5,000 from Mission Possible 

Re-Entry House for use of Aduit Probation Department to provide 
ex-offenders with residential facilities. File 38-76-34. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) (See Item No. 10 above.) 

ACTION: 



12. Resolution authorizing filing of an application by the Public 
Utilities Commission with the Department of Transportation. 
United States of America, for and accepting a grant under the 
Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964. as amended, for the 
acquisition of personal property and technical services for 
the San Francisco Municipal Railway. File 186-76-2. 
(Public Utilities Commission) 

(5/26/76: Taken up from table.) 

ACTION: 



13. Resolution urging Chief Administrative Officer to include in his 
next budget funds for installation of handrails on stairs at 
Polk and Van Ness Avenue entrances to City Hall. File 221-76. 
(Francois) 

ACTION: 



14. Hearing to consider promotion of outside events at Candlestick 
Park by Recreation and Park Department. File 308-76. (Francois) 

ACTION: 



15. Resolution authorizing the Mayor's Criminal Justice Council to 
apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning, State of California, for a project entitled, "1976-77 
Part B Planning Grant." File 228-76-1. (Mayor) 

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23. Resolution authorizing the Mayor of the City and County of 
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who perpetrated acts of harassment and violence against tne 
person and property of Joseph Martiocchio and Peter Annuzio 
during the months of May and June, 1976. File 381-76. 
(Mendelsohn) 

ACTION: 



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uoOXftENTS 

JUL 13 1976 



CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
„ JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of -Supervisors 
City and County of^San Francisco 

Wednesday,, July 7, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinsfcein? Molinari, Tamaras- 

veft- SefeldiHgen- 
kbsent: Supvs . Feins tern, Tamaras , von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution granting Board of Supervisors approval of proposed 
Animal Control Officer contract and authorizing the Chief 
Administrative Officer to execute that contract with the 
San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 
File 59-76-1. (Kopp) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JULY 14, 1976. 



Review of renewal of existing contract between the City and 

County of San Francisco (Department of Public Health) and Syva 

Corporation, from July 1, 1976 through June 30, 1977, in the 

amount of $50,000, to provide pharmaceutical reagents for use 

in the Methadone Treatment Program. File 158-76-19. (Public 
Health) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JULY 14, 1976. 



MEETING OF *~ ^y- LKX4j*iENTS 



JUL 13 • 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 7, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von_Beroldingen_ 
Absent: Supv. von Beroldingen 

1. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1976-77, Commission 
on the Aging, reflecting the creation of four classifications 
and the classification of twenty-seven positions. File 102-76-2. 
(Civil Service Commission No. 1) 

(No companion appropriation measure required; continued from 
6/30/76.) 

ACTION: Recommend "Do Pass" (for Board calendar of 7/19/76) 



Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 275-70 (Payroll Expense Tax 
Ordinance) by amending Section 3 thereof, relating to the 
rate of tax, effective July 1, 1976. File 267-76. (Mayor) 

(Increases tax from 1.1% to 1.25%, of payrolls) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 7/21/76. 



3. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 245-68 (Business Tax Ordinance) 
by amending Sections 4.01, 4.02, 4.03, 4.04, 4.05, 4.06, 4.07, 
4.09, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12, 4.13 and 4.15 thereof, relating to tax 
rates, effective July 1, 1976. File 269-76. (Mayor) 

(Increases tax 15% for each of the different levels 
of taxpayers . ) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 7/21/76. 



Ordinance amending San Francisco Administrative Code by amending 
Section 20.29 thereof, to increase the maximum rate for normal 
care in a foster home of wards of Juvenile Court and minor 
persons, and establishing an effective date therefor; amending 
Section 20.29-2 thereof, relating to maximum amount to be 
provided for clothing per child. File 380-76. (Juvenile Court) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO 7/14/76. 



Ordinance authorizing acquisition of certain real property from 
Hazel M. Viargues, et al., for $275,000, required for expansion 
of the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant and dismissal 
of litigation. File 470-75-8. (Real Estate) (Cont . RO 483) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee Calendar -2- July 7, 1976 



Resolution authorizing lease of real property for use by Record 
Center. File 64-76-22. (Real Estate) 

(610 Twenty-second Street, Angelo Markoulis, lessor, at 
monthly rental of $1,420 for eight months; lessor to pay 
moving costs for relocation of City's Record Center, not 
to exceed $35,000; City to repay lessor in three equal 
payments ; 

144 Townsend Street, Fox Properties, lessor, at $2,650 
for one month. ) 

(6/28/76: Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. (Budget Analyst to secure 
^2S fc i f^S ur | s g s to profit realized by Bekins ; CA to advise 
legality of charging fee for procuring files from Record Center; 

Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position 

of 1672 Assistant Controller, Controller's Office. File 31-76-31. 

(Controller, RO 3) 

(Continued from 6/23/76.) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED 



Resolution authorizing the Superintendent of Schools of the 
City and County of San Francisco to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled, "Citizen's Initiative to Protect Students'; 
rescinding Resolution No. 324-76. File 227-76-2. (Mayor's 
Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED 



9. Resolution authorizing the Art Commission to enter into contract 
with Mission Neighborhood Centers, Inc., to provide cultural 
and artistic services for one year for the Precita Center. 
File 293-76. (Art Commission) 

,,, (Continued from 6/16/76.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF CHAIR (Breakdown required of how 
$35,000 will be expended) 

10. Resolution authorizing the Controller to enter into contract 
with the State of California to reimburse the City and County 
for monies expended for protection and custody of witness in 
a criminal action. File 354-76. (Police Department) 

(Continued from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR (Budget Analyst to 
investigate amount to be reimbursed to City) 

11. Resolution fixing patient day rates for services furnished 
by City and County insticutions and rescinding Resolution 
No. 435-75. File 371-76. (Public Health) 

(Continued from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- July 7, 1976 



12. Resolution authorizing and directing President of the Board of 
Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, an 
agreement with Santa Cruz County for services to Santa Cruz 
County prisoners at the San Francisco County Jails. File 376-76. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JULY 14, 1976. 



13. Ordinance amending Health Code by amending Section 41.10 thereof, 
by increasing redemption fees for dogs and by providing for 
waiver of such fees by the Animal Control Officer in the event 
of extreme financial difficulty. File 311-76. (Animal Control 
and Welfare Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



14. Application of Monty Martinez, a minor, for leave to present 
a late claim against the City and County. File 50-76-16. 

ACTION: FILED; claim is under jurisdiction of Muni Rwy. 



15. Application of Walter Kotik, a minor, for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County. File 50-76-21. 

ACTIO"- RECQMENDED; res.. prep in and reptd out of Cmte. 
(c/w 50-76-25) 

16. Application of Kim Kelley, a minor, for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County. File 50-76-25. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED; res prep in and reptd out of Cmte 
(inc 50-76-21) 

17. Application of George Smith for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for a government tort claim in 
the amount of $1,210,000. File 50-76-18. (Cont.from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: FILED; claim is under jurisdiction of PUC. (WaterDept.) 



18. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Rosetta E. 

Johnson against the City and County by payment of $1,600.61, 
File 48-76-8. (City Attorney) (Continued from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



19. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of Coleman B. Cook 

against the City and County by payment of $25,000 plus TL simple 
interest from March 15, 1976 to date of payment. File 48-76-9. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 



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20. Hearing to consider release and/or possible rescission of 

frozen 1975-76 equipment items and capital improvement items 
adopted by the Board for fiscal year 1975-76 and previous 
years. File 100-76-10. 

(Continued from 6/16/76.) 

( NOTE : ((Double parentheses)) on list below of continued, 
frozen capital improvement items indicate those items and 
amounts department selected for rescission pursuant to 
Committee direction of 6/16/76.) 

Capital Improvements 
Buildings , Structures and Improvements 

Public Works 

((3.445.514.610.000 County Jail No. 2 and No. 4 - Modern- 
ize Alarm System $17,900.00)) 

((3.445.525.610.000 India Basin Industrial Park - Fire 

and Police Alarm System 63,291.92* 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$20,000 of this amount )) 

Spec Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund 

((5.672.508.000.000 Transit Preferential Streets Program 12,500.00)) 
5.672.509.000.000 Sidewalk Ramps for the Handicapped - 

Various Locations 2,904.00 

((5.672.512.000.000 Safer Roads Demonstration Project 

Eliminate Roadside Obstacles 20,000.00)) 

((5.672.530.000.000 Protected Neighborhood Street Program 100,000.00)) 
5.672.532.000.000 Bicycle Lane Programs 25,000.00 

4.672.501.000.000 City-Aid Street Improvements at 

Various Locations 100,763.35 

4.672.502.000.000 Work in Front of Public Property - 

Various Locations 85,590.51 

((4.672.507.000.000 Street Ltg Impvts & Extensions 
Various Locations* 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$15,912.65 of previously re- 
leased $24,812.65. )) 

4.672.513.000.000 Army St. Yard Sand Storage Facility 

Noise Abatement Work 11,373.24 

4.672.541.000.000 Sidewalk Ramps for the Handicapped 

Various Loca'tions 13,545.79 

((3'. 672.500.540. 000 Traffic Signals - Precita, .Folsom 

and Alabama 8,411.29)) 

3.672.501.000.000 City Aid ~ Street Improvements at 

Various Locations 107,852.57 

3.672.502.000.000 Various Locations - Work in Front of 

Public Property 48,431.09 

3.672.504.685.000 Muni Asphalt Plant Independent Heat 

Supply 57,500.00 

((3.672.505 000.000 Hunters Point Redevelopment Area - 

Street Improvements 157,000.00* 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$57,000 of this amount .)) 

2.672.500.002.000 Market St. Restoration-Neighborhood 

Transit Sta Beaut 1,450,000.00 

1.672.500.574.000 Market St. Restoration-Neighborhood 

Transit Sta Beaut 466,069.14 

((0.672.500.264.000 Drumm St. Widening - California to 

Jackson Street 111,535.05* 

*' Dept . recommends rescission of 
$31.535. 05 of this amount. )) 



Finance Committee Calendar -5- July 7, 1976 



Item No. 20 continued: 

Spec Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund (Cont'd.) 

0.672.500.574.000 Market St. Restoration - Neighbor- 
hood Transit St Beautif ication $568,729.06 

5.674.533.673.000 San Jose & Ocean Ave. Sidewalk 

Widening 22,500.00 

((5.674.534.674.000 San Jose, Richland Eastn Slope 

Stabilization 66,000.00)) 

5.674.584.689.000 Pt Lobos Ave Reconstr Vehicular 

Viaduct 224,750.00 

((4.674.500.564.000 Resurfacing of Select System - Sts 

Various Locations 500,000.00* 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$242,000 of this amount . J) 

((4.674.500.646.000 Cross-Over Drive, Park-Presidio 

Bypass Imp. of Roadway Lighting * 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 

f reviously released amount of 
42.100.00 )) 
((4.674.500.652.000 Great Highway Safety Project - 

Pedestrian Underpass 137,000.00 * 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 



$150,000, which includes 
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previously released $13,000. ) ) 

((3.674.500.623.000 San Jose Nr Richland-Reconstr West 

Slope Stabilization 41,419.37* 

->. * Dept. recommends rescission of 

(Amended/ $ 21,000 -- $3375o3rr2-of this amount - )") 

((3.674.500.643.000 Sansome St., Green to Filbert West 

Slope Barrier 11,953.00)) 

2.674.500.601.000 John Muir Dr Drainage Fac. -Skyline 

Blvd to Lake Merced Blvd. 255,608.00 

2.674.500.618.000 Army St Circle Landscaping 180,648.24 

((1.674.500.593.000 Traffic Signal Relocations - 

Various Street Light Locations 91,532.02 * 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$50,000 of this amount. )) 

Road Fund 

((0.682.500.586.000 Judah St 5th Ave to La Playa 363,086.56* 

* Pent, recommends rescission of 
$48,000 of this amount. )) 

((2.685.528.000.000 Muni Asphalt Plant - Modify Exhaust 

Gas, Cleaning Syst 20,079.55)) 

Spec Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund 

((4.672.718.000.000 Telegraph Hill Blvd. Embankment- 

Lcndscaping Restoration 23, 704. 06* 

* Dept. recommends rescission of 
$20,000 of this amount. )) 

5.674.710.645.000 Rehabilitate various bridge struct. 

earthquake 74,700.00 

((4.674.700.655.000 Church St. Reconstruction - 17th 

to 18th & 21st to 30th 385,599.01 * 

* Pent, recommends rescission of 
$275,599 of this amount for 
21st to 30th work. )) 

ACTION: Recommended as amended; legislation to be prepared 
by Controller for Board meeting of 7/12/76. 

"Ordinance rescinding various capital improvements, 
various departments." (To cover Finance meetings of 
5/27/76 to and including 7/7/76. 






CALENDAR 



City Librarian 

Public Library 

Civic Center 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



DOCUMENTS 

JUL 15 1 i 



Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday ,^4uly 14, 1976 



Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 



Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Felnstein, Mollnari, 
Tamaras, von Beroldingen 



1. Resolution granting Board of Supervisors approval of proposed 
Animal Control Officer contract and authorizing the Chief 
Administrative Officer to execute that contract with the San 
Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 
File 59-76-1. (Kopp) 

(Continued from 7/7/76.) 

ACTION: 



Review of renewal of existing contract between the City and 
County of San Francisco (Department of Public Health) and 
Syva Corporation, from July 1, 1976, through June 30, 1977, 
in the amount of $50,000, to provide pharmaceutical reagents 
for use In the Methadone Treatment Program. File 158-76-19. 
(Public Health) 

(Continued from 7/7/76.) 

ACTION: 



5/- , 

CALENDAR UUCUMENTS 

MEETING OF JUL 1 D 1976 

-<: FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of; Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 






Wednesday,. July 14, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldlngen 

1. Ordinance approving lease to Calvin B. Tilden and Arthur J. Edwards 
for operating boat rentals and food and refreshment facilities at 
Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park. File 62-76-2. (Recreation and Park) 

(Continued from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: 



Ordinance appropriating $32,059, Public Works, Street Repair, for 
permanent and temporary salaries, overtime, holiday pay and mandatory 
fringe benefits. File 101-75-222. (Controller, RO ) 

ACTION: 



3. Ordinance appropriating $10,242, Sheriff, for permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits for the creation of 1 position; an 
emergency measure. File 101-76-3. (Controller RO 15) 

(This is the subject of previous budgetary denial.) 
(Emergency Reserve.) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution authorizing immediate filling of vacated position of 7334 
Stationary Engineer, Juvenile Hall. File 31-76-34. (Contr. RO 12) 

ACTION: 



Resolution authorizing new lease with 19th & Q Corporation for a 
portion of real property designated as 2145 - 19th Avenue, required 
by the Department of Public Health. File 64-76-26.1. (Real Estate) 
(Controller RO 9) 

(Continued from 6/30/76.) 

ACTION: 



Resolution providing for revisions to the 1976 Community Development 
Program Expenditure Schedules by increasing the Federal contribution 
to 100% for the position of 5286 Administrator, Property Conservation 
Division, as of September 1, 1976. File 390-76. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 

Resolution approving Addendum #3 to the 1976 Community Development 
Program, authorizing the use of contingency funds for certain 
project activities. File 391-76.. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee Calendar -3- July 14, 1976 



13. Request of Art Commission that freeze on the following capital 
improvement items from revenue sharing monies be released by 
Committee. File 389-76-1. 

5.113.500.610.000 Acquisition and renovation 

of 455 Valencia Street $ 83,500 

5.113.500.610.000 Community Cultural Centers 300,000 

ACTION: 



14. Resolution confirming acceptance of amended grant offer C-06-0740-010 
as funding for the North Point Crosstown Transport Project. 
File 88-75-9. (Public WorkB) 

ACTION: 



15. Resolution authorizing the acceptance of $26,000 from the State 

Department of Benefit Payments for the provision of developing an 
action plan to implement the various recommendations made by the 

State of California in its Operation Improvement Study of San 

Francisco's Department of Social Services. File 392-76. (Social 
Services) 

ACTION: 



16. Ordinance amending Section 20.29 of the Administrative Code to 
increase the maximum rate for normal care in a foster home of 
wards of Juvenile Court and minor persons, and establishing an 
effective date therefor; amending Section 20.29-2 thereof, 
relating to maximum amount to be provided for clothing per child. 
File 380-76. (Juvenile Court) 

(Continued from 7/7/76.) 

ACTION: 



17. Resolution authorizing and directing President of the Board of 
Supervisors to sign, on behalf of the City and County, an agree- 
ment with Santa Cruz County for services to Santa Cruz County 
prisoners at the San Francisco County Jails. File 376-76. 
(von Beroldlngen) 

(Continued from 7/7/76.) 

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MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, ^August 4, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Sopc - ^ts^f^^s^^^h8^s-f='F^^u^^^f^kfhirer3F±= =:! Fxma ! BSFS : , 



Review of renewal of various contracts between the City and County 
(Department of Public Health, Community Mental Health Services) 
and various organizations. File 158-76-21. 

Organization Contract D ate Obi igatlon 

Central O ffice 

Community Effort for 7/1/76-6/30/77 $ 34,729.00 

Disturbed Children/ 
Oakes Children's Cent 

Psychiatric Day Center, Inc. 7/1/76-6/30/77 13,781.00 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul 7/1/76-6/30/77 11,576.00 

District V Mental Hea lth Center 

Baker Place 7/1/76-6/30/77 77,300.00 

Richmond Area Multiservices, 7/1/76-6/30/77 319,000.00 

Inc . 

Carella Pharmacy 7/1/76-6/30/77 7,600.00 

Surf Pharmacy 7/1/76-6/30/77 10,400.00 

U.S. Public Health Serve. Hcsp. 7/1/76-6/30/77 7,500.00 

U.S. Public Health Serve. Hosp. 7/1/76-6/30/77 120,000.00 

Village Pharmacy 7/1/76-6/30/77 4,500.00 

Southeast Ment al He? 1th Center 

Geneva Avenue United . 7/1/76-6/30/77 20,000.00 

Methodist Church 

John Hale Medical Society 7/1/76-6/30/77 889,999.00 

Divisio n o f Sp ecial Programs 

Aquarius House, Inc. 7/1/76-6/30/77 36,521.00 

Bayview-Hunters Point Found. 7/1/76-6/30/77 260,147.00 

Suicide Prevention, Inc. 7/1/76-6/30/77 41,096.00 

(Consideration continued from 7/28/76.) 

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CALENDAR" Civic Center 

SPECIAL MEETING OF 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Monday, August 9, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



1. Ordinance authorizing the payment of taxes in installments 

and establishing a procedure for requesting such installments 
pursuant to Sections 534.5 and 4837.5 of the Revenue and 
Taxation Code; an emergency ordinance. File 436-76. 
(Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Recommended "do pass" ; to be brought up under 
■ • "Committee Reports" by Chairman at Board meeting 

of August 9, 1976. 

City Attorney requested to research, by the time 
matter comes up on the agenda, the question as 
to whether or not the City can charge assessees 
interest for the privilege of paying taxes on 
escaped assessments in installments, and the 
Assessor's Office was requested to advise what 
• amount of interest would be reasonable in such 
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JOINT FINANCE /HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
P City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 25, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein, Molinari, Tamaras, 
von Beroldingen 

1. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1249-010 
as funding for the North Shore Pump Station and Force Main 
Project. File 88-75-10. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1248-010 
as funding for the Channel Basin Outfalls Consolidation Project. 
File 88-75-11. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1251-010 
as funding for the Islais Creek Outfalls Consolidation Project. 
File 88-75-12. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

ACTION: 

4. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1252-010 
as funding for planning and design (Step 2) of the Southwest 
Ocean Outfall Project. File 88-75-13. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

ACTION: 

5. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1254-010 
as funding for the North Shore Outfalls Consolidation Project. 
File 88-75-14. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

ACTION: 

6. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Grant Offer C-06-1098-010 
as funding for the Richmond- Sunset Water Pollution Control 
Plant-Interim Improvements. File 88-75-15. (Public Works) 

(Continued from 8/18/76.) 

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CALENDAR 

Recessed Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, September 2, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 1:45 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, =v©?^=ee3^efcEngen= 
(Absent: Supervisor von Beroldingen) 

1. Ballot argument favoring Proposition "A", the $240 million 
Sewer Bond Measure. File 422-76-1. 

(Continued from 9/1/76.) 

ACTION* Motion, prepared in and reported out by Committee, 

recommended "do not pass": "Authorizing ballot argu- 



.ment favoring Proposition A 



2. Ballot argument opposing Proposition "A", the $240 million 
Sev7er Bond Measure, as submitted by John J. Barbagelata. 
File 422-76-2. 

(Continued from 9/1/76.) 

._ T Motion, prepared in and reported out by Committee; 

to Board without recommendation : "Authorizing ballot 
argument opposing Proposition"A" . (Clerk to request 
letter from Budget Analyst for file attesting to the fact 
that he has read subject argument and confirms figures 
_ _, quoted therein as accurate.) 

3. Ballot argument opposing Proposition A , the $240 million 

Sewer Bond Measure, as submitted by Paul D. Berrigan. 
File 422-76-2.1. 

(Continued from 9/1/76.) 

ACTION: Motion, prepared in and reported out by Committee; 

to Board without recommendation : "Authorizing ballot 
argument opposing Proposition "A". 



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MEETING OF 
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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Thursday, September 23, 1976 Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinari, von Beroldingen 



1. Hearing to re-examine budget expenditures for fiscal year 
1976-77 to determine areas where reductions may be effected, 
and to consider enactment of alternate revenue producing 
measures to reduce the property tax rate. File 100-76-14. 

ACTION: Hearing deferred to 9-24-76 . Mayor requested to make 

specific recommendations Tor deletions and reductions in 
the budget by time of commencement of 9-24-76 meeting. 

2. Ordinance amending Annual Appropriation Ordinance for fiscal 
year 1976-77; giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to 
Charter Section 6.208; adjusting appropriations to provide for 
changes in employee retirement rates; adjusting the Fine Arts 
Museums appropriations to correct clerical errors; adjusting 
appropriations to meet requirements of 1976 State Statutes for 
the Bay Area Air Pollution Control District; for the Bay Area 
Sewage Service Agency; for salary adjustments of employees in 
the Municipal Court and Superior Court] for County share 
Medi-Cal; .for County share, State Supplementary Program; adjust- 
ing appropriations for the Art Commission pursuant to Charter 
Section 6.400; and adjustment of expenditure support for street 
cleaning; as a prcrccuisite to levy of a tax pursuant to Charter 
Section 6.208. File '101-76-26. (Controller, RO 77) 

(9-7-76: Rereferred to Committee by Board with instruction to 
report measure back to Board by 10-4-76.) 

ACTION: Consideration deferred to 9-24-76 . 

3. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes in the amount 
of $0.60 for Community College District purposes for fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1977. File 74-76-1. (Controller, RO 76) 

(9_7_76; Rereferred to Committee by Board with instruction to 
report measure back to Board by 10-4-76.) 

ACTION: Consideration deferred to 9-24-76 . 

4. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes in amount of $3.74 
for the Unified School District purposes for fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1977. File 74-76-2. (Controller, RO 75) 

(9-7-76: Rereferred to Committee by Board with instruction to 
report measure back to Board by 10-4-76.) 

ACTION: Consideration deferred to 9-24-76 . 

5. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes in amount of $8.64 
for City and County purposes for fiscal year ending June 30, 1977. 
File 74-76-3. (Controller, RO 78A) 

(9-7-76- Rereferred to Committee by Board with instruction to 
report measure back to Board by 10-'+-76.) 

ACTION: Consideration deferred to 9-24-76. 






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CALENDAR 



Meeting of 
JOINT FIRE, SAFETY and POLICE / FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Thursday, November 4, 1976 



1:30 p.m., Board Chambers, City Hall 



Present: Supervisors Francois, Barbagelata, Gonzales, Molinari 

Nelder, von Beroldingen 

Howard A. Jensen, Committee Clerk 

1. Hearing to consider restoration of Police Helicopter Program. 
File 503-76. (Francois) 

ACTION : 



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CALENDAR 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of. Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



DOCUMENTS 

MOV 2 3 1976 



Wednesday, November 10, 1976 



Room 228, City Hall - 2:00 p.m. 



Present: Supervisors Bapbaggtsea, FsiHseeEH, Francois, Molinari, 
Nelder, von Beroldingen 



Absent 



Supervisors Barbagelata, Feinstein 



Committee Clerk: Mary Anne Bulen 

1. Hearing to consider setting of standards of administration of 
aid and care to resident and nonresident indigent persons. 
File 446-76-1. (Barbagelata) 

ACTION: Consideration of recommendations for changes in rules 
governing eligibility for general assistance as con- 
tained in report of Robert B. Carleson & Associates, Inc., 
severed; to be considered by Committee at a, future date . 
(See File 446-76-2.) 



Ordinance, prepared in and 
recommended "do pass" for s 



11/13//6 at 7:00 p.m. : "Set 

tion of aid and care to res 
persons in need of general 
ordinance." (City Attorney 
recommendations of Robert B 
with it made clear in legis 
not be required to take foo 
would be optional benefit.) 



reported out of Committee, 

p ecial Board meeting of 

ting standards for adm.inistra- 

ident and nonresident indigent 

assistance; an emergency 

to draft to implement 

. Carleson & Associates, Inc., 

lation that recipients will 

d stamp benefits, that this 



Communication to be directed to the Department of Social 
Services requesting it to investigate and report to the 
Department of City Planning any violations by general 
assistance recipients of restriction on number of unrelated 
persons living in one household. 



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2 
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MEETING OF 

JOINT FINANCE/URBAN AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS 

Board of .Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, November 17, 1976 Room 228, City Ha LI - 1:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Mead«=l^«fea, Molinari, Pelosi, 
von Beroldingen 

Absent- Supervisor Mendelsohn - Supervisor Barbagelata absent at time of 

Committee action 
Committee Clerk: Mary Anne Bulen 

1. Resolution urging that artifical turf at Candlestick Park be 
replaced with natural grass. File 510-76. (Nelder, 
Mendelsohn) 

ACTION: T abled . 

Controller requested to investigate and report on 
possibility of refinancing existing Candlestick 
Park bonds. 





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CALENDAR 

Special Meeting of 

JOINT FIRE, SAFETY AND POLICE AND 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



-NTS 

NOV 

^feLK LIBRARY 



Wednesday , ' November 24, 1976 



1:00 p.m.. Room 228, City Hall 



Present: Supervisors Francois, Barbagelata, Gonzales, Molinari, 
Nelder and von Beroldingen. 



Howard A. Jensen, Committee Clerk 



Resolution supporting expanded Muni Security Guard Program and 
urging Mayor's Office, Police Department and Civil Service Commis- 
sion to take steps to expand said program. (Barbagelata) 
File 528-76. 

ACTION: 



Fire, Safety and 

Police Committee 

Board of Supervisors 

235 City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



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T-^ 1( * CALE NDAR ' 

MEETING OF 
JOINT FINANCE/PIAKNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday > November 24, 1976 Room 228, City Hall — 2: 00-3:30 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors Barbagelata, Molinarl, Pelosi, Tamaras, 
von BeroLdingen 

Committee Clerk: Mary Anne Bulen 

1. Resolution approving site on Kearny Street, between Washington 
and Jackson Streets, for 150 low-rent housing units. File .516-76. 
(Mayor) 

(NOTE : A related item, File 516-76-1, appears on today's 
Finance Committee agenda. Persons may testify on 
both items at this time.) 

ACTION: To Board without recommendation. . 



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